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THE  UNIVERSITY 

OF  CALIFORNIA 

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THE   MAYFLOWER 
Approaching  the  Land 


REGISTER 

OF  THE  SOCIETY  OF 

MAYFLOWER  DESCENDANTS 

IN  THE  STATE  OF 

CALIFORNIA 


A    RECORD   OF   DESCENT   FROM 

PASSENGERS  ON  THE  GOOD  SHIP  "MAYFLOWER",  A.  D.   1620 

WITH    AN   APPENDIX 


VOLUME  I 


SAN  FRANCISCO,  CALIFORNIA 
MDCCCCXVII 


FOREWORD 


The  Society  of  Mayflower  Descendants  in  the  State  of  Califor- 
nia was  organized  January  11,  1908.  In  the  following  pages,  it 
presents  the  pedigrees  of  the  first  one  hundred  members  admitted, 
together  with  their  supplemental  lines.  The  first  thirty-three  names 
are  those  of  the  charter  members.  If  this  volume  meets  with  a  cor- 
dial reception,  the  second  and  third  volumes  will  be  compiled  as 
soon  as  practicable,  each  containing  the  pedigrees  of  one  hundred 
additional  members. 

The  opening  of  the  Willamette  Valley  to  settlement,  and  the 
discovery  of  gold  in  California  in  1849,  aroused  the  adventurous 
spirit  of  the  descendants  of  the  Pilgrims;  and  they  formed  an  im- 
portant element  in  the  first  emigrant  trains  across  the  plains,  and 
the  passenger  lists  of  the  ships  and  steamers  which  sailed  for  San 
Francisco  Bay.  The  early  settlement  of  new  territory  is  often 
shrouded  in  mystery,  for  the  demands  upon  pioneers  leave  no  leisure 
for  the  making  of  records.  Hence,  this  Society  has  endeavored  to 
preserve  in  this  volume  some  account  of  those  of  the  old  stock  who 
settled  the  newer  States — whence  they  came,  how  and  when. 

The  Appendix  contains  copies  of  records  not  previously  printed ; 
and  it  is  hoped  that  the  second  volume  will  comprise  a  still  larger 
proportion  of  such  material.  The  Index  includes  all  the  names  in 
the  pedigrees  and  the  Appendix,  constituting  a  finding  list  of  May- 
flower ancestry  which  is  unusually  comprehensive. 

Such  a  publication  as  this  cannot  be  in  general  demand;  but  it 
is  hoped  that  the  support  given  it  may  justify  the  Society  in  author- 
izing additional  research,  to  the  end  that  records  still  existing  may 
be  traced  and  printed  before  they  shall  be  lost  irrevocably. 

Herbert  Folger,  Historian. 
Berkeley,  California,  December,  1916. 


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OFFICERS  OF  THE  SOCIETY  TO  DECEMBER,  1912 

Governor:     Charles  Mills  Gayley,  LL.D.,  Litt.  D.,  January  11, 

1908. 
Deputy-Governor:     tGEORGE  Willig  Spencer,  January  11,   1908 

— April  2,  1908.     Franklin  Bangs,  November  14,  1908, 
Elder:    The  Rev.  Sanford  Taylor  Brewster,  May  24,  1912. 
Captain:    Miles  Standish,  January  11,  1908. 
Surgeon:    Sidney  Worth,  M.  D.,  January  11,  1908. 
Secretary:    Seth  Wilson  Cushman,  January  11,  1908. 
Treasurer:    Harold  Edward  Smith,  January  11,  1908. 
Historian:    Herbert  Folger,  January  11,  19O8. 

BOARD   OF   ASSISTANTS: 

tMRS.  Maria  Freeman  Gray,  January  11.  19O8. 

Mrs.  Timothy  Hopkins,  January  11,  19O8. 

Col.  Charles  Hedges  McKinstry,  U.  S.  A.,  January  11,  I9O8 — 
November  13,  1909- 

George  Arthur  Merrill,  January  11,  1908 — November  12,  1910. 

Mrs.  Edwin  White  Newhall,  January  11,  I9O8. 

Mrs.  Cyrus  Walker,  January  11,  19O8. 
t Jural  Weston,  January  11,  I9O8 — November  13,  1909- 

Clinton  Folger,  November  13,  1909. 
tJoHN  Daniel  Mersereau,  November  13,  1909- 
tFRANcis  Howland  Porter,  November  12,  191O. 

t  Deceased. 


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California  No.  1  Massachusetts  No.  969         General  No,  2687 

HERBERT    FOLGER 
Berkeley,  California 

Degory  Priest,  born  about  1579;  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  1  Jan- 
uary, 1621 ;  married  Leyden,  Holland,  4  November,  I6II,  to 
Sarah  (Allerton)  Vincent,  died  Plymouth. 

Mary  Priest,  born  Leyden,  Holland,  died  Charlestown,  Mass.,  about 
July,  1689;  married,  Plymouth,  1630,  to  Phineas  Pratt,  born 
about  1590,  arrived  Plymouth,  24-  March,  1623,  died  in  Charles- 
town,  Mass.,  19  April,  I68O. 

Joseph  Pratt,  died  Charlestown,  Mass.,  24  December,  1712;  mar- 
ried 12  February,  1674-5,  to  Dorcas  Folger,  died  after  1712. 

Sarah  Pratt,  born  about  I69O,  died  Nantucket,  Mass.,  27  June, 
1762;  married  Nantucket,  Mass.,  20  January,  1714-5,  to  Jere- 
miah Coleman,  died  Nantucket,  4  January,  1730. 

Enoch  Coleman,  born  Nantucket,  Mass.,  24  March,  1724-5,  died 
Nantucket,  15  January,  1799;  married  Nantucket,  5  January, 
1748,  to  Mary  Myrick,  born  Nantucket,  17  April,  1731,  died 
Nantucket,  14  November,  1815. 

Lydia  Coleman,  born  Nantucket,  Mass.,  4  December,  1757,  died 
Nantucket,  29  August,  1833;  married  Nantucket,  19  July,  1778, 
to  Charles  Folger,  born  Nantucket,  26  December,  1753,  died 
Nantucket,  4  September,  1818. 

William  Folger,  born  Nantucket,  Mass.,  7  November,  1785,  died 
Nantucket,  18  November,  1865;  married  Nantucket,  5  May, 
1808,  to  Lucy  Folger,  born  Nantucket,  23  February,  1789,  died 
Nantucket,  17  December,  1855. 

Seth  Folger,  born  Nantucket,  Mass.,  2  April,  1825;  passenger  on 
ship  Henry  Astor,  sailed  from  Nantucket,  12  March,  1849,  via 
Cape  Horn;  arrived  San  Francisco,  California,  16  September, 
1849;  died  San  Francisco,  20  August,  190O;  married  San  Fran- 
cisco, 14  April,  1858,  to  Rachel  Cottle  Joy,  born  Nantucket, 
19  July?  1837;  arrived  in  San  Francisco,  by  steamer  via  Panama, 
in  1856;  died  San  Francisco,  27  January,  1872. 

Herbert  Folger,  born  San  Francisco;  married  San  Francisco,  28 
November,  1888,  to  Mary  Anthony,  born  Sacramento,  Cali- 
fornia (daughter  of  the  late  James  Anthony,  passenger  by  ship 
Humboldt,  arrived  San  Francisco,  30  August,  1849). 


Note. — For  the  marriage  records  of  Degory  Priest  and  Enoch'  Coleman, 
and  the  will  of  Charles  Folger,   above,  see  Appendix,  pages  169-74. 


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California  No.  2  Connecticut  No.  281  General  No.  2S04 

GEORGE  WILLIG  SPENCERt 
San  Francisco,  California 

William  Brewster,  born  (probably)  Scrooby,  England,  1566-7, 
died  Plymouth,  10  April,  1644;  married  before  1593,  to  Mary 
,  born  1568-9,  died  Plymouth,  17  April,  1627. 

Jonathan  Brewster,  born  Scrooby,  England,  12  August,  1593, 
died  New  London,  Conn.,  7  August,  1659;  married  Plymouth, 
Mass.,  10  April,  1624,  to  Lucretia  Oldham,  died  New  London, 
4  March,  1678-9. 

Grace  Brewster,  born  Duxbury,  1  November,  1639,  died  New 
London,  Conn.,  22  April,  1684;  married  New  London,  4  August, 
1659,  to  Daniel  Wetherell,  born  Maidstone,  Kent,  England, 
29  November,  1630,  died  New  London,  14  April,  1719- 

Mary  (Wetherell)  Harris,  born  New  London,  7  October,  I668, 
died  New  London,  22  August,  1711 ;  married  New  London,  about 
1694,  to  George  Denison,  born  (probably)  Stonington,  Conn., 
28  March,  1671,  died  New  London,  22  January,  1720. 

Sarah  Denison,  born  New  London,  20  June,  1710,  died  New 
London,  12  May  1797;  married  New  London,  4  March,  1730-1, 
to  William  Douglass,  born  New  London,  1  January,  1708,  died 
New  London,  12  November,  1787- 

Lucy  Douglass,  born  New  London,  27  November,  1743,  died  New 
London,  4  February,  1832 ;  married  New  London,  5  January,  1764, 
to  Lieut.  Daniel  Starr,  born  New  London,  26  December,  1741, 
died  New  London,  5  June,  1780. 

Daniel  Starr,  born  New  London,  22  February,  1765,  died  New 
London,  17  September,  1833;  married  New  London,  22  Septem- 
ber, 1796,  to  Hannah  Way,  born  New  London,  SO  December, 
1777,  died  New  London,  23  May,  1859. 

Caroline  Matilda  Starr,  born  New  London,  IS  June,  1805,  died 
New  London,  26  October,  1869;  married  New  London,  16 
December,  1824,  to  Asa  Spencer,  born  1780,  died  Philadelphia, 
Pa.,  1  February,  1847. 

George  Willig  Spencer,  born  Philadelphia,  17  September,  1843, 
removed  to  San  Francisco,  California,  in  1868,  died  Berkeley, 
California,  2  April,  19O8;  married  Danvers,  Mass.,  9  May,  1884, 
to  Catherine  Esten  Briggs,  born  Boston,  Mass. 


t  Deceased. 


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California  No.  3         Massachusetts  No.  850         General  No.  2329 

PELHAM  WARREN  AMESt 
San  Francisco,  California 

William  Bradford,  baptized  Austerfield,  England,  19  March, 
1589,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  9  May,  1657;  married  Plymouth, 
14  August,  1623,  to  Alice  (Carpenter)  Southworth,  born 
about  1590,  died  Plymouth,  26  March,  1670. 

William  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  17  June,  1624,  died 
Plymouth,  20  February,  1703-4;  married  about  1650,  to  Alice 
Richards,  born  about  1627^  died  Plymouth,  12  December,  1671. 

Samuel  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  about  1667,  died  Duxbury,  11 
April,  1714;  married  Plymouth,  31  July,  1689,  to  Hannah 
Rogers,  born  Duxbury,  16  November,  1668,  died  after  l6  July, 
1733. 

Gamaliel  Bradford,  born  Duxbury,  18  May,  1704,  died  Duxbury, 
24  April,  1778;  married  Duxbury,  30  August,  1728,  to  Abigail 
Bartlett,  born  Duxbury,  after  1703,  died  30  August,  1776. 

Gamaliel  Bradford,  born  Duxbury,  2  September,  1731,  died  Dux- 
bury, 9  January,  1807;  married  10  March,  1757,  to  Sarah 
Alden,  born  Duxbury,  2  December,  1731. 

Gamaliel  Bradford,  born  Duxbury,  4  November,  1763;  died  7 
March,  1824;  married  Elizabeth  Hickling,  born  Boston,  Mass., 
22  August,  1770,  died  Charlestown,  Mass.,  19  May,  1817. 

Margaret  Stevenson  Bradford,  born  Boston,  1804,  died  Lowell, 
Mass.,  1847;  married  to  Seth  Ames,  born  Dedham,  Mass.,  19 
April,  1805,  died  Brookline,  Mass.,  15  August,  1881. 

Pelham  Warren  Ames,  born  Lowell,  Mass.,  22  April,  1839,  re- 
moved to  California,  1861-2,  died  San  Francisco,  California,  9 
May,  1916;  married  San  Francisco,  18  October,  1865,  to 
Augusta  Wood  Hooper,  born  Honolulu,  H.  L,  10  May,  1844, 
died  San  Francisco,  California,  14  January,  1916. 

t  Deceased. 


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California  No.  4         Massachusetts  No.  966         General  No.  2680 

ALDEN  AMES* 
San  FranciscOj  California 

William  Bradford,  baptized  Austerfield,  England,  19  March, 
1589,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  9  May,  1657;  married  Plymouth, 
14  August,  1623,  to  Alice  (Carpenter)  Southworth,  born 
about  1590,  died  Plymouth,  26  March,  1670. 

William  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  17  June,  1624,  died 
Plymouth,  20  February,  1703-4;  married  about  1650,  to  Alicb 
Richards,  born  about  1627,  died  Plymouth,  12  December,  1671. 

Samuel  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  about  1667,  died  Duxbury,  11 
April,  1714;  married  Plymouth,  31  July,  1689,  to  Hannah 
Rogers,  born  Duxbury,  16  November,  1668,  died  after  16  July, 
1733. 

Gamaliel  Bradford,  born  Duxbury,  18  May,  1704,  died  Duxbury, 
24  April,  1778;  married  Duxbury,  30  August,  1728,  to  Abigail 
Bartlett,  born  Duxbury,  after  1703,  died  30  August,  1776. 

Gamaliel  Bradford,  born  Duxbury,  2  September,  1731,  died  Dux- 
bury, 9  January,  1807;  married  10  March,  1757,  to  Sarah 
Alden,  born  Duxbury,  2  December,  1731. 

Gamaliel  Bradford,  born  Duxbury,  4  November,  1763;  died  7 
March,  1824;  married  Elizabeth  Hickling,  born  Boston,  Mass., 
22  August,  1770,  died  Charlestown,  Mass.,  19  May,  1817. 

Margaret  Stevenson  Bradford,  born  Boston,  1804,  died  Lowell, 
Mass.,  1847;  married  to  Seth  Ames,  born  Dedham,  Mass.,  19 
April,  1805,  died  Brookline,  Mass.,  15  August,  1881. 

Pelham  Warren  Ames,  born  Lowell,  Mass.,  22  April,  1839,  re- 
moved to  California,  1861-2,  died  San  Francisco,  California,  9 
May,  1916;  married  San  Francisco,  18  October,  1865,  to 
Augusta  Wood  Hooper,  born  Honolulu,  H.  I.,  10  May,  1844, 
died  San  Francisco,  California,  14  January,  1916. 

Alden  Ames,  born  San  Rafael,  California;  married  Atherton,  Cali- 
fornia, 27  December,  1913,  to  Maude  Murray. 

*  Resigned. 


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California  No.  5         Massachusetts  No.  874         General  No.  2870 

EMILY    FOSTER  (TALBOT)  WALKER 
MRS.  CYRUS  WALKER 
San  Francisco,  California 

Richard   Warren,   died   Plymouth,   Mass.,    1628;   married   before 

l6ll,  to  Elizabeth  ,  born  about  1583,  died  Plymouth, 

2  October,  1673. 

Elizabeth  Warren,  died  Hingham,  Mass.,  9  March,  1669-70; 
married  Plymouth,  about  1635,  to  Richard  Church,  born  about 
1608,  died  Dedham,  Mass.,  27  December,  1668. 

Benjamin  Church,  born  about  1640,  died  Little  Compton,  R.  I., 
17  January,  1717-18;  married  26  December,  1667,  to  Alice 
SouTHWORTH,  bom  1646,  died  Little  Compton,  5  March,  1718-19. 

Edward  Church,  born  1680,  died  late  in  1706;  married  to  Martha 
Burton,  born  1677-8,  died  Newport,  R.  I.,  14  April,  1750. 

Benjamin  Church,  born  Bristol,  R.  I.,  8  October,  1704,  died 
Boston,  Mass.,  10  October,  1781;  married  Bristol,  R.  I.,  26 
October,  1726-7,  to  Elizabeth  Viall,  born  16  February,  1707, 
died  Bristol,  9  April,  1730. 

Martha  Church,  born  Bristol,  R.  I.,  25  October,  1728;  married 
Newport,  R.  I.,  12  October,  1746,  to  John  Chaloner,  born 
about  1726,  died  Newport,  26  May,  1765. 

William  Chaloner,  baptized  Newport,  R.  L,  17  July,  1749,  died 
Machias,  Maine,  1 802 ;  married  Machias,  Maine,  6  September, 
1774,  to  Mary  Dillaway. 

Eliza  Chaloner,  born  Machias,  Maine,  29  August,  1785,  died  East 
Machias,  Maine,  22  May,  1831;  married  28  September,  1813,  to 
Peter  Talbot,  born  East  Machias,  Maine,  29  March,  1783,  died 
Providence,  R.  I.,  21  July,  1875. 

William  Chaloner  Talbot,  born  East  Machias,  Maine,  28  Feb- 
ruary, 1816,  sailed  from  East  Machias,  Maine,  as  commander,  on 
brig  Oriental,  15  September,  1849,  arrived  San  Francisco,  6 
March,  1850,  died  Astoria,  Oregon,  6  August,  1881;  married 
Eastport,  Maine,  26  May,  1846,  to  Sophia  Gleason  Foster, 
born  Eastport,  Maine,  15  October,  1823,  removed  to  California, 
via  Panama,  in  1853,  died  San  Francisco,  18  March,  1911- 

Emily  Foster  Talbot,  born  East  Machias,  Maine,  removed  to 
California,  via,  Panama,  arrived,  on  steamer  Golden  Gate,  at  San 
Francisco,  1856;  married  San  Francisco,  30  April,  1885,  to  Cyrus 
Walker,  born  Madison,  Maine,  6  October,  1827,  died  San  Mateo, 
California,  1  October,  1913. 

Note. — For  the  will  of  Ninyon  Chaloner,  of  Newport,  R.  I.,  see  Appendix, 
pages  174-78. 

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California  No.  5  Massachusetts  No.  874.         General  No.  2370 

EMILY    FOSTER  (TALBOT)  WALKER 
MRS.  CYRUS  WALKER 
San  Francisco,  California 

Stephen  Hopkins,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  between  6  June  and  17 
July,  1644. 

Constance  Hopkins,  passenger  on  the  Mayflower,  died  Eastham, 
Mass.,  October,  1677;  married  Plymouth,  Mass.,  between  1623 
and  1  June,  1627,  to  Nicholas  Snow,  died  Eastham,  Mass.,  25 
November,  1676. 

Joseph  Snow,  born  about  1634,  died  3  January,  1722-3;  married 
to  Mary . 

Stephen  Snow,  born  24  February,  1681,  died  1769;  married  12 
July,  1705,  to  Margaret  Elkins. 

Margaret  Snow,  born  Eastham,  Mass.,  14  May,  1706;  married 
Eastham,  Mass.,  15  February,  1727-8,  to  Eldad  Atwood,  born 
Eastham,  9  July,  1695. 

Mary  Atwood,  born  Hopkinton,  Mass.,  22  October,  1747,  died  30 
September,  1836;  married  Holliston,  Mass.,  27  November,  1766, 
to  Daniel  Daniels,  baptized  Holliston,  Mass.,  9  October,  1743, 
died  Holliston,  6  December,  1819. 

Rhoda  (Daniels)  Whitney,  born  Holliston,  Mass.,  8  May,  1767, 
died  Hopkinton,  Mass.,  17  February,  1814;  married  24  January, 
1790,  to  Capt.  John  Hayden,  born  11  September,  1740,  died 
Hopkinton,  Mass.,  17  April,  1824. 

Ruthy  Jones  Hayden,  born  Hopkinton,  Mass.,  22  July,  1801,  died 
Eastport,  Maine,  15  June,  1886;  married  Eastport,  Maine,  l6 
August,  1821,  to  Ezekiel  Foster,  born  Machias,  Maine,  22 
October,  1790,  died  Pembroke,  Maine,  15  October,  1843. 

Sophia  Gleason  Foster,  born  Eastport,  Maine,  15  October,  1823, 
died  San  Francisco,  California,  18  March,  1911;  married  East- 
port,  Maine,  26  May,  1846,  to  William  Chaloner  Talbot,  born 
East  Machias,  Maine,  28  February,  1816,  died  Astoria,  Oregon, 
6  August,  1881. 

Emily  Foster  Talbot,  born  East  Machias,  Maine;  married  San 
Francisco,  California,  30  April,  1885,  to  Cyrus  Walker,  born 
Madison,  Maine,  6  October,  1827,  died  San  Mateo,  California, 
1  October,  1913. 


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California  No.  5         Massachusetts  No.  874         General  No.  2370 

EMILY    FOSTER  (TALBOT)  WALKER 
MRS.  CYRUS  WALKER 
San  Francisco,  California 

Stephen  Hopkins,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  between  6  June  and  17 
July,  1644. 

Constance  Hopkins,  passenger  on  the  Mayflower,  died  Eastham, 
Mass.,  October,  1677;  married  Plymouth,  Mass.,  between  162.3 
and  1  June,  1627,  to  Nicholas  Snow,  died  Eastham,  Mass., 
25  November,  1676. 

Mark  Snow,  born  9  May,  1628;  married  18  January,  1654,  to 
(1)  Anne  Cooke,  died  Eastham,  Mass.,  25  July,  1656. 

Anne  Snow,  born  Eastham,  Mass.,  7  July,  1656;  married  East- 
ham, Mass.,  14  February,  1683,  to  Eldad  Atwood. 

Eldad  Atwood,  born  Eastham,  Mass.,  9  July,  1695;  married  East- 
ham, 15  February,  1727-8,  to  Margaret  Snow,  born  Eastham, 
14  May,  1706. 

Mary  Atwood,  born  Hopkinton,  Mass.,  22  October,  1747,  died  30 
September,  1836;  married  HoUiston,  Mass.,  27  November,  1766, 
to  Daniel  Daniels,  baptized  Holliston,  Mass.,  9  October,  1743, 
died  Holliston,  6  December,  1819- 

Rhoda  (Daniels)  Whitney,  born  Holliston,  Mass.,  8  May,  1767, 
died  Hopkinton,  Mass.,  17  February,  1814;  married  24  January, 
1790,  to  Capt.  John  Hayden,  born  11  September,  1740,  died 
Hopkinton,  Mass.,  17  April,  1824. 

RuTHY  Jones  Hayden,  born  Hopkinton,  Mass.,  22  July,  1801,  died 
Eastport,  Maine,  15  June,  1886;  married  Eastport,  Maine,  l6 
August,  1821,  to  EzEKiEL  Foster,  born  Machias,  Maine,  22 
October,  1790,  died  Pembroke,  Maine,  15  October,  1843. 

Sophia  Gleason  Foster,  born  Eastport,  Maine,  15  October,  1823, 
died  San  Francisco,  California,  18  March,  1911;  married  East- 
port,  Maine,  26  May,  1846,  to  William  Chaloner  Talbot,  born 
East  Machias,  Maine,  28  February,  1816,  died  Astoria,  Oregon, 
6  August,  1881. 

Emily  Foster  Talbot,  born  East  Machias,  Maine;  married  San 
Francisco,  California,  30  April,  1885,  to  Cyrus  Walker,  born 
Madison,  Maine,  6  October,  1827,  died  San  Mateo,  California, 
1  October,  1913. 


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California  No.  6         Massachusetts  No.  879         General  No.  2407 

TALBOT    CYRUS    WALKER 
San  Francisco,  California 

Richard   Warren,   died   Plymouth,  Mass.,    1628;   married   before 

1611,  to  Elizabeth  ,  born  about  1583,  died  Plymouth, 

2  October,  1673. 
Elizabeth   Warren,   died    Hingham,   Mass.,   9    March,    1669-70; 

married  Plymouth,  about  1635,  to  Richard  Church,  born  about 

1608,  died  Dedham,  Mass.,  27  December,  1668. 

Benjamin  Church,  born  about  1640,  died  Little  Compton,  R.  I., 
17  January,  1717-18;  married  26  December,  1667,  to  Alice 
Southworth,  born  1646,  died  Little  Compton,  5  March,  1718-19. 

Edward  Church,  born  1680,  died  late  in  1706;  married  to  Martha 
Burton,  born  1677-8,  died  Newport,  R.  I.,  14  April,  1750. 

Benjamin  Church,  born  Bristol,  R.  I.,  8  October,  1704,  died 
Boston,  Mass.,  10  October,  1781 ;  married  Bristol,  R.  I.,  26 
October,  1726-7,  to  Elizabeth  Viall,  born  l6  February,  1707, 
died  Bristol,  9  April,  1730. 

Martha  Church,  born  Bristol,  R.  I.,  25  October,  1728;  married 
Newport,  R.  I.,  12  October,  1746,  to  John  Chaloner,  born 
about  1726,  died  Newport,  26  May,  1765. 

William  Chaloner,  baptized  Newport,  R.  I.,  17  July,  1749,  died 
Machias,  Maine,  1802;  married  Machias,  Maine,  6  September, 
1774,  to  Mary  Dillaway. 

Eliza  Chaloner,  born  Machias,  Maine,  29  August,  1785,  died  East 
Machias,  Maine,  22  May,  1831;  married  28  September,  1813,  to 
Peter  Talbot,  born  East  Machias,  Maine,  29  March,  1783,  died 
Providence,  R.  I.,  21  July,  1875. 

William  Chaloner  Talbot,  born  East  Machias,  Maine,  28  Feb- 
ruary, 1816,  sailed  from  East  Machias,  Maine,  as  commander,  on 
brig  Oriental,  15  September,  1849,  arrived  San  Francisco,  6 
March,  1850,  died  Astoria,  Oregon,  6  August,  1881;  married 
Eastport,  Maine,  26  May,  1846,  to  Sophia  Gleason  Foster, 
born  Eastport,  Maine,  15  October,  1823,  removed  to  California, 
via  Panama,  in  1853,  died  San  Francisco,  18  March,  1911- 

Emily  Foster  Talbot,  born  East  Machias,  Maine,  removed  to 
California,  via,  Panama,  arrived,  on  steamer  Golden  Gate,  at  San 
Francisco.  1856;  married  San  Francisco.  30  April,  1885,  to  Cyrtts 
Walker,  born  Madison,  Maine,  6  October,  1827,  died  San  Mateo, 
California,  1  October,  1913. 

Talbot  Cyrus  Walker,  born  San  Francisco;  married  San  Fran- 
cisco 27  June,  1911,  to  Mary  Alvord  Keeney. 

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California  No.  7         Massachusetts  No.  893         General  No.  2453 

SOPHIA    GLEASON  (TALBOT)  PIERCE 

MRS.  IRA  PIERCE 

San  Francisco,  California 

Richard   Warren,   died   Plymouth,   Mass.,    1628;   married   before 

l6ll,  to  Elizabeth  ,  born  about  1583,  died  Plymouth^ 

2  October,  1673. 

Elizabeth  Warren,  died  Hingham,  Mass.,  9  March,  1669-70; 
married  Plymouth,  about  1635,  to  Richard  Church,  born  about 
1608,  died  Dedham,  Mass.,  27  December,  1668. 

Benjamin  Church,  born  about  1640,  died  Little  Compton,  R.  L, 
17  January,  1717-18;  married  26  December,  1667,  to  Alice 
SouTHWORTH,  born  1646,  died  Little  Compton,  5  March,  1718-19- 

Edward  Church,  born  1680,  died  late  in  1706;  married  to  Martha 
Burton,  born  1677-8,  died  Newport,  R.  I.,  14  April,  1750. 

Benjamin  Church,  born  Bristol,  R.  I.,  8  October,  1704,  died 
Boston,  Mass.,  10  October,  1781;  married  Bristol,  R.  I.,  26 
October,  1726-7,  to  Elizabeth  Viall,  born  16  February,  1707, 
died  Bristol,  9  April,  1730. 

Martha  Church,  born  Bristol,  R.  I.,  25  October,  1728;  married 
Newport,  R.  I.,  12  October,  1746,  to  John  Chaloner,  born 
about  1726,  died  Newport,  26  May,  1765. 

William  Chaloner,  baptized  Newport,  R.  L,  17  July,  1749,  died 
Machias,  Maine,  1 802 ;  married  Machias,  Maine,  6  September, 
1774,  to  Mary  Dillaway. 

Eliza  Chaloner,  born  Machias,  Maine,  29  August,  1785,  died  East 
Machias,  Maine,  22  May,  1831;  married  28  September,  1813,  to 
Peter  Talbot,  born  East  Machias,  Maine,  29  March,  1783,  died 
Providence,  R.  I.,  21  July,  1875. 

William  Chaloner  Talbot,  born  East  Machias,  Maine,  28  Feb- 
ruary, 1816,  sailed  from  East  Machias,  Maine,  as  commander,  on 
brig  Oriental,  15  September,  1849,  arrived  San  Francisco,  6 
March,  1850,  died  Astoria,  Oregon,  6  August,  1881;  married 
Eastport,  Maine,  26  May,  1846,  to  Sophia  Gleason  FosteR; 
born  Eastport,  Maine,  15  October,  1823,  removed  to  California, 
via  Panama,  in  1853,  died  San  Francisco,  18  March,  1911- 

Sophia  Gleason  Talbot,  born  Eastport,  Maine;  married  San 
Francisco.  27  July,  1876,  to  Ira  Pierce,  born  Standish,  Maine, 
26  December,  1836,  died  San  Francisco,  13  March,  I9IS. 


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California  No.  8         Massachusetts  No.  810         General  No.  2243 

MISS    LAURILLA    MOORE   HATHAWAY 
Berkeley,  California 

Thomas  Rogers,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  between  1  January  and 
31  March,  1621;  married . 

John  Rogers,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  before  20  September,  1692; 
married  16  April,  1639,  to  Ann  Churchman. 

Elizabeth  Rogers,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  died  Taunton,  Mass. ; 
married  Duxbury,  17  November,  1668,  to  Nathaniel  Williams, 
born  Gloucester,  baptized  7  February,  1641,  died  Taunton,  Mass., 
16  August,  1692. 

Elizabeth  Williams,  born  Taunton,  18  April,  1686,  died  Taunton, 
2  May,  1732;  married  Taunton,  1708,  to  John  Macomber,  born 
Taunton,  18  March,  1681,  died  14  December,  1747. 

Elizabeth  (Macomber)  Rounseville,  born  Taunton,  1720,  died 
after  December,  1783;  married  at  Taunton,  to  William  Ashley, 
born  Rochester,  Mass.,  died  before  November,  1783. 

Abiah  Ashley,  born  Rochester,  Mass.,  15  July,  1751,  died  in  the 
West,  September,  1843;  married  Freetown,  Mass.,  18  December, 
1777,  to  Philip  Hathaway,  born  East  Taunton,  23  February, 
1756,  died  Freetown,  Mass.,  14  June,  1839. 

Betsy  Hathaway,  born  Assonet,  Mass.,  12  October,  1780,  died 
Assonet,  11  October,  1873;  married  Assonet,  17  May,  1799,  to 
Edmund  Hathaway,  born  Freetown,  Mass.,  29  September,  1771, 
died  5  October,  1832. 

Charles  Wesley  Hathaway,  born  Assonet,  Mass.,  7  April,  1821, 
passenger  by  brig  Dr.  Hitchcock,  sailed  from  New  York,  16 
March,  1849,  to  Chagres,  crossed  the  Isthmus,  sailed  from  Pan- 
ama by  Soledad,  arrived  San  Francisco,  3  August,  1849,  active 
member  Vigilante  Committee  of  San  Francisco,  1852  and  1856, 
died  San  Lorenzo,  California,  25  May,  1899;  married  San  Fran- 
cisco, 14  July,  1862,  to  Laurilla  Moore,  born  Putney,  Vermont, 
1  November,  1836,  sailed  from  New  York  by  steamer  Northern 
Light,  10  May,  1859,  via  Panama,  thence  by  steamer  Orizaba, 
arrived  San  Francisco,  4  June,  1859,  died  San  Lorenzo,  Cali- 
fornia, 15  November,  1911- 

Laurilla  Moore  Hathaway,  born  San  Francisco,  California. 


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California  No.  9         Massachusetts  No.  432         General  No.  1275 

EMMA    WASHBURN  (CLARK)  PERCY 

MRS.  GEORGE  W.  PERCY 

Oakland,  California 

Myles  Standish,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  3  October,  1656;  married 
Plymouth,  between  July,  1623,  and  14  March,  1624,  to  Barbara 
,  died  after  6  October,  1659. 

Alexander  Standish,  born  about  1626,  died  Duxbury,  6  July, 
1702;  married  Plymouth,  1648,  to  Sarah  Alden,  born  Plymouth, 
died  Duxbury. 

Ebenezer  Standish,  born  Duxbury,  1672,  died  Duxbury,  1734; 
married  Duxbury,  1697,  to  Hannah  Sturtevant,  born  Ply- 
mouth. 

Zeruiah  Standish,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  1707,  died  North  Yar- 
mouth, Maine,  26  April,  1798;  married  North  Yarmouth,  1732, 
to  Andrew  Ring,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  1696,  died  North  Yar- 
mouth, Maine,  17  November,  1744. 

Hannah  Ring,  born  North  Yarmouth,  10  January,  1733,  died 
North  Yarmouth,  6  February,  1 793 ;  married  North  Yarmouth, 
15  January,  1756,  to  Reuben  Gage,  born  1724,  drowned  26 
August,  1758. 

Lucy  Gage,  born  North  Yarmouth,  Maine,  baptized  9  October, 
1758,  died  Portland,  Maine,  1844;  married  North  Yarmouth, 
Maine,  to  William  Hubbs,  born  Jamaica,  Long  Island,  1755, 
died  Middletown,  Conn.,  1811. 

Alexander  Hubbs,  born  North  Yarmouth,  Maine,  31  January, 
1787,  died  Portland,  Maine,  9  August,  1866;  married  Portland, 
Maine,  16  October,  1816,  to  Mary  Lowell,  born  Portland, 
Maine,  9  November,   1791,  died  Minot,  Maine,   15   May,   1878. 

Mary  Caroline  Hubbs,  born  Portland,  Maine,  1  April,  1819,  died 
Portland,  19  August,  1898;  married  Portland,  22  August,  1850, 
to  Dennis  Woodruff  Clark,  born  Farmington,  Conn.,  27  May, 
1819,  died  Portland,  Maine,  21  April,  1904. 

Emma  Washburn  Clark,  born  Portland,  Maine;  married  Portland, 
29  December,  1881,  to  George  Washington  Percy,  born  Bath, 
Maine,  5  July,  1847,  died  Oakland,  California,  14  December, 
1900. 


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California  No.  9         Massachusetts  No.  432         General  No.  1275 

EMMA   WASHBURN  (CLARK)  PERCY 

MRS.  GEORGE  W.  PERCY 

Oakland,  California 

John  Alden,  born  about  1599,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  12  Septem- 
ber, 1687;  married  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  1624,  to  Priscilla 
MuLLiNS  (daughter  of  William  and  Alice  Mullins,  passengers 
on  the  Mayflower),  died  after  1650. 

Sarah  Alden,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  died  Duxbury,  before  1686; 
married  to  Alexander  Standish,  born  about  1626,  died  Dux- 
bury,  6  July,  1702. 

Ebenezer  Standish,  born  Duxbury,  1672,  died  Duxbury,  1734; 
married  Duxbury,  1697,  to  Hannah  Sturtevant,  born  Ply- 
mouth. 

Zeruiah  Standish,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  1707,  died  North  Yar- 
mouth, Maine,  26  April,  1798;  married  North  Yarmouth,  1732, 
to  Andrew  Ring,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  1696,  died  North  Yar- 
mouth, Maine,  17  November,  1744. 

Hannah  Ring,  born  North  Yarmouth,  10  January,  1733,  died 
North  Yarmouth,  6  February,  1 793 ;  married  North  Yarmouth, 
15  January,  1756,  to  Reuben  Gage,  born  1724,  drowned  26 
August,  1758. 

Lucy  Gage,  born  North  Yarmouth,  Maine,  baptized  9  October, 
1758,  died  Portland,  Maine,  1844;  married  North  Yarmouth, 
Maine,  to  William  Hubbs,  born  Jamaica,  Long  Island,  1755, 
died  Middletown,  Conn.,  1811. 

Alexander  Hubbs,  born  North  Yarmouth,  Maine,  31  January, 
1787,  died  Portland,  Maine,  9  August,  1866;  married  Portland, 
Maine,  16  October,  1816,  to  Mary  Lowell,  born  Portland, 
Maine,  9  November,   1791,  died  Minot,  Maine,   15   May,   1878. 

Mary  Caroline  Hubbs,  born  Portland,  Maine,  1  April,  1819,  died 
Portland,  19  August,  1898;  married  Portland,  22  August,  1850, 
to  Dennis  Woodruff  Clark,  born  Farmington,  Conn.,  27  May, 
1819,  died  Portland,  Maine,  21  April,  1904. 

Emma  Washburn  Clark,  born  Portland,  Maine;  married  Portland, 
29  December,  1881,  to  George  Washington  Percy,  born  Bath, 
Maine,  5  July,  1847,  died  Oakland,  California,  14  December, 
1900. 


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California  No.  9  Massachusetts  No.  4-32  General  No.   1275 

EMMA    WASHBURN  (CLARK)  PERCY 

MRS.  GEORGE  W.  PERCY 

Oakland,  California 

Stephen  Hopkins,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  between  6  June  and  17 

July,   1644;  married   I6l8   or  earlier,  to   Elizabeth  , 

died  Plymouth,  between  1640  and  1644. 

Deborah  Hopkins,  born  Plymouth,  died  Plymouth,  after  1666;  mar- 
ried Plymouth,  23  April,  1646,  to  Andrew  Ring,  died  Plymouth, 
Mass.,  22  February,  1692-3. 

Eleazer  Ring,  born  Plymouth,  died  Kingston,  Mass.,  21  Novem- 
ber, 1749;  married  Plymouth,  11  January,  1687,  to  Mary  Shaw, 
born  about  1665,  died  Kingston,  Mass.,  28  November,  1730. 

Andrew  Ring,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  1696,  died  North  Yarmouth, 
Maine,  17  November,  1744;  married  North  Yarmouth,  to  Zeruiah 
Standish,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  1707,  died  North  Yarmouth, 
26  April,  1798. 

Hannah  Ring,  born  North  Yarmouth,  10  January,  1733,  died 
North  Yarmouth,  6  February,  1793;  married  North  Yarmouth, 
15  January,  1756,  to  Reuben  Gage,  born  1724,  drowned  26 
August,  1758. 

Lucy  Gage,  born  North  Yarmouth,  Maine,  baptized  9  October, 
1758,  died  Portland,  Maine,  1844;  married  North  Yarmouth, 
Maine,  to  William  Hubbs,  born  Jamaica,  Long  Island,  1755, 
died  Middletown,  Conn.,  1811. 

Alexander  Hubbs,  born  North  Yarmouth,  Maine,  31  January, 
1787,  died  Portland^  Maine,  9  August,  1866;  married  Portland, 
Maine,  16  October,  1816,  to  Mary  Lowell,  born  Portland, 
Maine,   9   November,   1791,  died   Minot,   Maine,    15    May,    1878. 

Mary  Caroline  Hubbs,  born  Portland,  Maine,  1  April,  1819,  died 
Portland,  19  August,  1898;  married  Portland,  22  August,  1850, 
to  Dennis  Woodruff  Clark,  born  Farmington,  Conn.,  27  May, 
1819,  died  Portland,  Maine,  21  April,  1904. 

Emma  Washburn  Clark,  born  Portland,  Maine;  married  Portland, 
29  December,  1881,  to  George  Washington  Percy,  born  Bath, 
Maine,  5  July,  1847,  died  Oakland,  California,  14  December, 
1900. 


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California  No.  9         Massachusetts  No.  432         General  No.  1275 

EMMA    WASHBURN  (CLARK)  PERCY 

MRS.  GEORGE  W.  PERCY 

Oakland,  California 

Francis  Cooke,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  7  April,  1663;  married 
Leyden,  Holland,  1603,  to  Hester  Mahieu,  died  before  18 
December,  1675. 

Jane  Cooke,  born  in  Holland;  married  Experience  Mitchell, 
died  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  before  14  May,  1689- 

Elizabeth  Mitchell,  born  Plymouth,  1627,  died  Bridgewater; 
married  Duxbury,  6  December,  1645,  to  John  Washburn,  born 
in  England,  1621,  died  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  12  November,  1686. 

Joseph  Washburn,  born  Bridgewater,  died  Bridgewater;  married 
Marshfield,  to  Hannah  Latham,  born  Marshfield,  1662,  died 
Bridgewater. 

Joseph  Washburn,  born  Bridgewater,  died  Leicester,  Mass.,  1759; 
married  Bridgewater,  to  Hannah  Johnson,  born  Hingham, 
Mass.  1693,  died  Leicester,  1780. 

Joseph  Washburn,  born  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  died  Middletown, 
Conn.,  26  September,  1750;  married  Middletown,  24  December, 
1741,  to  Lucy  Boardman,  born  Middletown,  died  Middletown. 

Joseph  Washburn,  born  Middletown,  Conn.,  4  May,  1744,  died 
Greensboro,  Vermont;  married  Middletown,  21  September,  1763, 
to  Ruth  Wetmore,  born  Middletown,  25  April,  1745,  died  West- 
minster, Vermont,  1795. 

MincENT  Washburn,  born  Middletown,  Conn.,  23  July,  1784,  died 
San  Francisco,  California,  9  March,  1863;  married  Farmington, 
Conn.,  13  February,  1809,  to  Abraham  Clark,  born  Farmington, 
Conn.,  5  September,  1780,  died  Chicago,  Illinois,  21  February, 
1855. 

Dennis  Woodruff  Clark,  born  Farmington,  Conn.,  27  May,  1819, 
died  Portland,  Maine,  21  April,  1904;  married  Portland,  Maine, 
22  August,  1850,  to  Mary  Caroline  Hubbs,  born  Portland, 
Maine,  1  April,  1819,  died  Portland,  19  August,  1898. 

Emma  Washburn  Clark,  born  Portland,  Maine;  married  Portland, 
Maine,  29  December,  1881,  to  George  Washington  Percy,  born 
Bath,  Maine,  5  Jul}',  1847,  died  Oakland,  California,  14  Decem- 
ber,  1900. 


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California  No,  9         Massachusetts  No.  432         General  No.  1275 

EMMA    WASHBURN  (CLARK)  PERCY 

MRS.  GEORGE  W.  PERCY 

Oakland,  California 

James  Chilton,  died  on  the  Mayflower  in  Cape  Cod  Harbor,  8 

December,  1620;  married  ,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  after 

1  January,  1620-1. 

Mary  Chilton,  died  Boston,  Mass.,  before  May,  1679;  married 
Plymouth,  between  July,  1623,  and  22  May,  1627,  to  John 
WiNSLow,  baptized  Droitwich,  England,  18  April,  1597,  died 
Boston,  Mass.,  between  12  March  and  21  May,  1674. 

Susanna  Winslow,  born  Plymouth,  1628,  died  East  Bridgewater, 
before  1683;  married  Plymouth,  1649,  to  Robert  Latham,  died 
Marshfield. 

Hannah  Latham,  born  Marshfield,  1662,  died  Bridgewater;  mar- 
ried Marshfield,  to  Joseph  Washburn,  born  Bridgewater,  died 
Bridgewater. 

Joseph  Washburn,  born  Bridgewater,  died  Leicester,  Mass.,  1759; 
married  Bridgewater,  to  Hannah  Johnson,  born  Hingham, 
Mass.  1693,  died  Leicester,  1780. 

Joseph  Washburn,  born  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  died  Middletown, 
Conn.,  26  September,  1750;  married  Middletown,  24  December, 
1741,  to  Lucy  Boardman,  born  Middletown,  died  Middletown. 

Joseph  Washburn,  born  Middletown,  Conn.,  4  May,  1744,  died 
Greensboro,  Vermont;  married  Middletown,  21  September,  1763, 
to  Ruth  Wetmore,  born  Middletown,  25  April,  1745,  died  West- 
minster, Vermont,  1795. 

Milicent  Washburn,  born  Middletown,  Conn.,  23  July,  1784,  died 
San  Francisco,  California,  9  March,  1 863 ;  married  Farmington, 
Conn.,  13  February,  1809,  to  Abraham  Clark,  born  Farmington, 
Conn.,  5  September,  1780,  died  Chicago,  Illinois,  21  February, 
1855. 

Dennis  Woodruff  Clark,  born  Farmington,  Conn.,  27  May,  1819, 
died  Portland,  Maine,  21  April,  1904;  married  Portland,  Maine, 
22  August,  1850,  to  Mary  Caroline  Hubbs,  born  Portland, 
Maine,  1  April,  1819,  died  Portland,  19  August,  1898. 

Emma  Washburn  Clark,  born  Portland,  Maine;  married  Portland, 
Maine,  29  December,  1881,  to  George  Washington  Percy,  born 
Bath,  Maine,  5  July,  1847,  died  Oakland,  California,  14  Decem- 
ber, 1900. 


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California  No.  10         Massachusetts  No.  953         General  No.  2648 

DORA    MOWATT  (RIVERSMITH)  THURSTON 

MRS.  GEORGE  PIERCE  THURSTON 

San  Francisco,  California 

John  Alden,  born  about  1599,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  12  Septem- 
ber, 1687;  married  Plymouth,  before  1624,  to  Priscilla  Mullins 
(daughter  William  and  Alice  Mullins,  passengers  on  the 
Mayflower) ,  died  after  1650. 

Ruth  Alden,  died  Braintree,  Mass.,  12  October,  1674;  married 
(probably)  Duxbury,  3  February,  1657,  to  John  Bass,  born 
about  1632,  died  Braintree,  12  September,  1716. 

Hannah  Bass,  born  Braintree,  Mass.,  22  June,  1667,  died  Brain- 
tree, 24  October,  1705;  married  1688  to  Joseph  Adams,  born 
Braintree,  24  December,  1654,  died  Braintree,  12  February, 
1736-7. 

Ebenezer  Adams,  born  Braintree,  Mass.,  30  December,  1704,  died 
Braintree,  6  August,  1769;  married  21  March,  1728-9,  to  Anne 
BoYLSTON,  born  1  November,  1706,  died  18  February,  1770. 

The  Rev.  Zabdiel  Adams,  born  Braintree,  Mass.,  5  November, 
1739,  died  Lunenburg,  Mass.,  1  March,  1801;  married  Lunen- 
burg, 5  or  6  June,  1765,  to  Elizabeth  Stearns,  born  Lunenburg, 
Mass.,  20  April,  1742,  died  August,  1800. 

Hannah  Adams,  born  Lunenburg,  Mass.,  21  or  28  May,  1769,  died 
6  July,  1840;  married  7  December,  1794,  to  Nathaniel  Fel- 
lowes  Cunningham. 

Abigail  Fellowes  Cunningham,  born  Lunenburg,  Mass.,  22  April, 
1796,  died  Saco,  Maine,  1  December,  1866;  married  Lunenburg, 
Mass.,  20  September,  1815,  to  John  Shepley,  born  Groton, 
Mass.,  16  October,  1787,  died  Saco,  Maine,  9  February,  1859- 

Abigail  Cunningham  Shepley,  born  Fitchburg,  Mass.,  31  Decem- 
ber, 1823;  married  Saco,  Maine,  6  June,  1848,  to  William 
Henry  Riversmith,  born  Kennebunk,  Maine,  25  November, 
1821,  died  Saco,  Maine,  8  October,  1873. 

Dora  Mowatt  Riversmith,  born  Saco,  Maine;  married  San  Fran- 
cisco, 8  May,  1879,  to  George  Pierce  Thurston,  born  Bangor, 
Maine. 


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California  No.  11      District  of  Columbia  No.  181      General  No.  2435 

MARY    KELLOGG  (CRITTENDEN)  HOPKINS 

MRS.  TIMOTHY  HOPKINS 

Menlo  Park,  California 

William  Bradford,  baptized  Austerfield,  England,  19  March, 
1589,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  9  May,  1657;  married  Plymouth, 
14  August,  1623,  to  Alice  (Carpenter)  Southworth,  born 
about  1590,  died  Plymouth,  26  March,  1670. 

William  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  17  June,  1624,  died 
Plymouth,  20  February,  1703-4;  married  about  1650,  to  Alice 
Richards,  born  about  1627,  died  Plymouth,  12  December,  1671- 

Samuel  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  about  1667,  died  Duxbury,  11 
April,  1714;  married  Plymouth,  31  July,  1689,  to  Hannah 
Rogers,  born  Duxbury,  16  November,  1668,  died  after  16  July, 
1733. 

Elizabeth  Bradford,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  15  December,  1696, 
died  10  May,  1777;  married  Hartford,  Conn.,  10  or  20  January, 
1716-7,  to  Charles  Whiting,  born  Hartford,  Conn.,  5  July, 
1692,  died  New  London,  Conn.,  7  March,  1738. 

Gamaliel  Whiting,  born  17  September,  1727,  died  (probably) 
Great  Barrington,  Mass.,  27  November,  1790;  married  18  June, 
1752,  to  Anna  Gillett,  born  18  February,  1738,  died  Great 
Barrington,  27  February,  1808. 

Mary  Whiting,  born  11  December,  1758,  died  11  May,  1837; 
married  Great  Barrington,  30  April,  1779,  to  Lieut.  Ezra  Kel- 
logg, born  Colchester,  Conn.,  5  September,  1754,  died  Great 
Barrington,  29  September,  1833. 

Lydia  Ann  Kellogg,  born  Great  Barrington,  10  October,  1793, 
died  Great  Barrington,  9  February,  1865;  married  (probably) 
Great  Barrington,  16  August,  I8I6,  to  William  Sherwood,  born 
27   February,   1786,  died  Great   Barrington,  22   October,    1871. 

Lydia  Sherwood,  born  New  York  City,  1829,  died  Nice,  France, 
8  December,  1877;  married  (probably)  New  York  City,  30 
September,  1849,  to  Hiram  Crittenden,  born  Tyringham,  Mass., 
5  July,  1814,  died  San  Bernardino,  California,  18  February, 
1883. 

Mary  Kellogg  Crittenden,  born  St.  Louis,  Missouri;  married 
New  York  City,  28  November,  1882,  to  Timothy  Hopkins,  born 
Augusta,  Maine. 


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California  No.  1 1      District  of  Columbia  No.  181      General  No.  2435 

MARY    KELLOGG  (CRITTENDEN)  HOPKINS 

MRS.  TIMOTHY  HOPKINS 

Menlo  Park,  California 

Thomas  Rogers,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  between  1  January  and  31 
March,  1621 ;  married . 

John  Rogers,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  before  20  September,  1692; 
married  16  April,  1639,  to  Ann  Churchman. 

John  Rogers,  born  3  April,  1642,  died  about  1732;  married  l6 
Nov.,  1666,  to  Elizabeth  Pabodie,  born  24  Apl.,  1647. 

Hannah  Rogers,  born  16  Nov.,  1668;  married  to  Samuel  Brad- 
ford, born  Kingston,  Mass.,  about  1668,  died  11  Apl.,  1714. 

Elizabeth  Bradford,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  15  Dec,  1696,  died 
10  May,  1777;  married  10  Jan.,  1716-7,  to  Charles  Whiting, 
born  Hartford,  Conn.,  5  July,  1692,  died  7  March,  1738. 

Gamaliel  Whiting,  born  17  Sep.,  1727,  died,  probably  at  Great 
Barrington,  Mass.,  27  Nov.,  1790;  married  18  June,  1752,  to 
Anna  Gillett,  born  18  Feb.,  1738,  died  Great  Barrington,  27 
Feb.,  1808. 

Mary  Whiting,  born  11  December,  1758,  died  11  May,  1837; 
married  Great  Barrington,  30  April,  1779,  to  Lieut.  Ezra  Kel- 
logg, born  Colchester,  Conn.,  5  September,  1754,  died  Great 
Barrington,  29  September,  1833. 

Lydia  Ann  Kellogg,  born  Great  Barrington,  10  October,  1793, 
died  Great  Barrington,  9  February,  1865;  married  (probably) 
Great  Barrington,  16  August,  1816,  to  William  Sherwood,  born 
27   February,   1786,  died  Great   Barrington,  22   October,   1871. 

Lydia  Sherwood,  born  New  York  City,  1829,  died  Nice,  France, 
8  December,  1877;  married  (probably)  New  York  City,  SO 
September,  1849,  to  Hiram  Crittenden,  born  Tyringham,  Mass., 
5  July,  1814,  died  San  Bernardino,  California,  18  February, 
1883. 

Mary  Kellogg  Crittenden,  born  St.  Louis,  Missouri;  married 
New  York  City,  28  November,  1882,  to  Timothy  Hopkins,  born 
Augusta,  Maine. 


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California  No.  11      District  of  Columbia  No.  181      General  No.  2435 

MARY    KELLOGG  (CRITTENDEN)  HOPKINS 

MRS.  TIMOTHY  HOPKINS 

Menlo  Park,  California 

John  Alden,  born  about  1599,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  12  Septem- 
ber, 1687;  married  Plymouth,  before  1624-,  to  Priscilla  Mullins 
(daughter  of  William  and  Alice  Mullins,  passengers  on  the 
Mayflower),  died  after  1650. 

Elizabeth  Alden,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  died  Little  Compton, 
R.  I.,  31  May,  1717;  married  Duxbury,  Mass.,  26  December, 
1644,  to  William  Pabodie,  born  about  1620,  died  Little  Comp- 
ton, R.  I.,  13  December,  1707. 

Elizabeth  Pabodie,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  24  April,  1647;  mar- 
ried Duxbury,  Mass.,  November,  1666,  to  John  Rogers,  born 
about  1640,  died  Barrington,  R.  I.,  28  June,  1732. 

Hannah  Rogers,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  16  November,  1668,  died 
after  l6  July,  1733;  married  Plymouth,  Mass.,  31  July,  1689,  to 
Samuel  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  about  1667,  died  11  April, 
1714. 

Elizabeth  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  15  December,  1696, 
died  10  May,  1777;  married  Hartford,  Conn.,  10  or  20  January, 
1716-17,  to  Lieut.  Charles  Whiting,  born  Hartford,  Conn., 
5  July,  1692,  died  New  London,  Conn.,  7  March,  1738. 

Gamaliel  Whiting,  born  Great  Barrington,  Mass.,  17  September, 
1727,  died  Great  Barrington,  27  November,  1790;  married  18 
June,  1752,  to  Anna  Gillett,  born  18  February,  1738,  died 
27  February,  1808. 

Mary  Whiting,  born  11  December,  1758,  died  11  May,  1837; 
married  Great  Barrington,  Mass.,  30  April,  1779,  to  Lieut. 
Ezra  Kellogg,  born  Colchester,  Conn.,  5  September,  1754,  died 
Great  Barrington,  29  September,  1833. 

Lydia  Ann  Kellogg,  born  Great  Barrington,  Mass.,  10  October, 
1793,  died  Great  Barrington,  9  February,  1865;  married  (prob- 
ably) Great  Barrington,  16  August,  I8I6,  to  William  Sher- 
wood, born  27  February,  1786,  died  Great  Barrington,  22  Octo- 
ber, 1871. 

Lydia  Sherwood,  born  New  York  City,  1829,  died  Nice,  France, 
8  December,  1877;  married  (probably)  New  York  City,  30  Sep- 
tember, 1849,  to  Hiram  Crittenden,  born  Tyringham,  Mass., 
5  July,  1814,  died  San  Bernardino,  California,  18  February, 
1883. 

Mary  Kellogg  Crittenden,  born  St,  Louis,  Missouri;  married 
New  York  City,  28  November,  1882,  to  Timothy  Hopkins,  born 
Augusta,  Maine. 

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California  No.  1 1      District  of  Columbia  No.  181      General  No.  2435 

MARY    KELLOGG  (CRITTENDEN)  HOPKINS 

MRS.  TIMOTHY  HOPKINS 

Menlo  Park,  California 

John  Howland,  born  about  1593,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  23  Feb- 
ruary, 1672-3;  married  Plymouth,  before  1624,  to  Elizabeth 
TiLLEY  (daughter  John  and  Elizabeth  Tilley,  passengers  on 
the  Mayflower),  born  about  1607,  died  Swansea,  Mass.,  21 
December,  1687. 

Desire  Rowland,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  22  May,  1627, 
died  Barnstable,  Mass.,  13  October,  1683;  married,  about  1643, 
to  John  Gorham,  born  about  1621,  buried  Swansea,  Mass.,  5 
February,  1675. 

Lydia  Gorham,  born  Barnstable,  Mass.,  6  November,  1661,  died 
Yarmouth,  Mass.,  2  August,  1744;  married  Yarmouth,  1  January, 
1683-4,  to  Hon.  Col.  John  Thacher,  born  Marblehead,  Mass., 
27  March,  1638-9,  died  Yarmouth,  8  May,  1713. 

Hannah  Thacher,  born  Yarmouth,  Mass.,  9  October,  1690,  died 
Colchester,  Conn.,  6  May,  1780;  married  (probably)  Yarmouth, 
about  1715-6,  to  Nathaniel  Otis,  born  Marshfield,  Mass.,  31 
January,  1689-90,  died  Colchester,  Conn.,  15  April,  1771. 

Lydia  Otis,  born  Colchester,  Conn.,  20  January,  1716-7,  died 
Lebanon  or  Colchester,  Conn.,  1  January,  1 807 ;  married  Col- 
chester, Conn.,  26  June,  1740,  to  Abner  Kellogg,  born  Col- 
chester, about  1716,  died  Colchester,  18  November,  1754. 

Lieut.  Ezra  Kellogg,  born  Colchester,  Conn.,  5  September,  1754, 
died  Great  Barrington,  Mass.,  29  September,  1833;  married 
Great  Barrington  Mass.,  30  April,  1779,  to  Mary  Whiting, 
born  11  December,  1758,  died  Great  Barrington,  11  May,  1837- 

Lydia  Ann  Kellogg,  born  Great  Barrington,  Mass.,  10  October, 
1793,  died  Great  Barrington,  9  February,  1865;  married  (prob- 
ably) Great  Barrington,  16  August,  181 6,  to  William  Sher- 
wood, born  27  February,  1786,  died  Great  Barrington,  22  Octo- 
ber, 1871. 

Lydia  Sherwood,  born  New  York  City,  1829,  died  Nice,  France, 
8  December,  1877;  married  (probably)  New  York  City,  30  Sep- 
tember, 1849,  to  Hiram  Crittenden,  born  Tyringham,  Mass., 
5  July,  1814,  died  San  Bernardino,  California,  18  February, 
1883. 

Mary  Kellogg  Crittenden,  born  St.  Louis,  Missouri;  married 
New  York  City,  28  November,  1882,  to  Timothy  Hopkins,  born 
Augusta,  Maine. 

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California  No.  12  New  York  No.  681  General  No.  1920 

GERTRUDE   NEWKIRK    (SMITH)    SAUNDERSt 

MRS.  CHARLES  BURTON  SAUNDERS 

Redlands,  California 

William  Bradford,  born  Austerfield,  England,  19  March,  1589, 
died  Plymouth,  9  May,  1657;  married  Plymouth,  14  August, 
1623,  to  Alice  (Carpenter)  Southworth,  born  about  1590, 
died  Plymouth,  26  March,  1670. 

William  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  17  June,  1624,  died  Plymouth, 
20  February,  1703-4;  married  about  1650  to  Alice  Richards, 
born  about  1627,  died  Plymouth,  26  March,  1670. 

Hannah  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  9  May,  1662,  died  Windham, 
Conn.,  28  May,  1738;  married  Plymouth,  28  November,  1682,  to 
Joshua  Ripley,  born  Hingham,  Mass.,  9  November,  1658,  died 
Windham,  Conn.,  8  May,  1739- 

Irene  Ripley,  born  Windham,  Conn.,  24-28  August,  1700,  died 
Windham,  20  January,  1726-7;  married  Windham,  20-27  April, 
1719,  to  Samuel  Manning,  born  Billerica,  Mass.,  14  January, 
1690,  died  Windham,  Conn.,  3  June,  1727. 

Hezekiah  Manning,  born  Windham,  Conn.,  8  August,  1721,  died 
Windham,  20  April,  1802;  married  22  September,  1745,  to  Mary 
Webb,  born  Windham,  23  December,  1725,  died  Windham,  20 
December,  1785. 

Nathaniel  Manning,  born  Windham,  Conn.,  baptized  16  March, 
1760,  died  Windham,  9  March,  1814;  married  4  September,  1783, 
to  Matilda  Morgan,  born  Windham,  6  October,  1764,  died 
Schoharie,  N.  Y.,  29  January,  1846. 

Nancy  Manning,  born  Windham,  Conn.,  23  April,  1786,  died 
Schoharie,  N.  Y.,  13  December,  1872;  married  Windham,  15 
February,  I8O6,  to  Chester  Lasell,  born  Windham,  23  Feb- 
ruary, 1784,  died  Schoharie,  N.  Y.,  30  October,  1864. 

Matilda  Lasell,  born  Schoharie,  N.  Y.,  23  September,  1810,  died 
Saratoga  Springs,  N.  Y.,  24  August,  1863;  married  Schoharie, 
N.  Y.,  23  September,  1830,  to  Charles  Adam  Smith,  D.D.,  born 
New  York  City,  25  June,  1809,  died  Philadelphia,  Penn.,  15 
February,  1879. 

Gertrude  Newkirk  Smith,  born  Baltimore,  Md.,  16  June,  1841, 
removed  to  San  Francisco  in  1875,  died  Redlands,  California, 
25  December,  I9II;  married  first,  Philadelphia,  1864,  to  Ches- 
ter Knowles;  married  second,  Philadelphia,  10  November,  1871, 
to  Ashley  Hamilton  Ball;  married  third,  Denver,  Colo.,  I6 
April,  1884,  to  George  W.  Bowers;  married  fourth,  to  Charles 
Burton  Saunders. 

t  Deceased. 

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California  No.  13  New  York  No.  272  General  No.  5l6 

CURTISS  CRANE  GARDINER  t 

Pasadena,  California 

John  Rowland,  born  about  1593,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  23  Feb- 
ruary, 1672-3;  married  Plymouth,  before  1624,  to  Elizabeth 
TiLLEY  (daughter  John  and  Elizabeth  Tilley,  passengers  on 
the  Mayflower^,  born  about  1607,  died  Swansea,  Mass.,  21 
December,  1687- 

Desire  Rowland,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  22  May,  1627, 
died  Barnstable,  Mass.,  13  October,  1683;  married,  about  1643, 
to  John  Gorham,  born  about  1621,  buried  Swansea,  Mass.,  5 
February,  1675. 

Lydia  Gorham,  born  Barnstable,  Mass.,  6  November,  l66l,  died 
Yarmouth,  Mass.,  2  August,  1744;  married  Yarmouth,  1  January, 
1683-4,  to  Hon.  Col.  John  Thacher,  born  Marblehead,  Mass., 
27  March,  1638-9,  died  Yarmouth,  8  May,  1713. 

Hannah  Thacher,  born  Yarmouth,  Mass.,  9  October,  1690,  died 
Colchester,  Conn.,  6  May,  1780;  married  (probably)  Yarmouth, 
about  1715-6,  to  Nathaniel  Otis,  born  Marshfield,  Mass.,  31 
January,  1689-90,  died  Colchester,  Conn.,  15  April,  1771. 

John  Otis,  born  4  June,  1727,  died  24  October,  1804;  married  20 
December,  1750,  to  Prudence  Taintor. 

Eunice  Otis,  born  28  November,  1770,  died  27  August,  1853, 
married  18  February,  1794,  to  Daniel  Denison  Gardiner. 

Lyman  Gardiner,  born  25  July,  1798,  died  7  December,  1846; 
married  to  Mary  Crane. 

CuRTiss  Crane  Gardiner,  born  1  December,  1822,  died  Santa 
Barbara,  California,  4  September,  1908. 

t  Deceased. 


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California  No.  14  Massachusetts  No.  1004  General  No.  2789 

CHARLES    MILLS    GAYLEY,  LL.D.,  Litt.  D. 
Berkeley,  California 

Thomas  Rogers,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  between  1  January  and 
31  March,  1621. 

Joseph  Rogers,  died  Eastham,  Mass.,  between  2  and  15  January, 

1677;  married  before  1633  to  Hannah  ,  died  after  2 

January,  1677. 

John  Rogers,  born  Duxbury,  3  April,  1642,  died  Eastham,  be- 
tween 27  April,  1713,  and  10  August,  1714;  married  Eastham, 
19  August,  1669,  to  Elizabeth  Twining,  died  Eastham,  10 
March,  1724-5. 

Nathaniel  Rogers,  born  Eastham,  3  October,  1693;  married 
Harwich,  Mass.,  1  February,  1721-2,  to  Silence  Dimock. 

Jabez  Rogers,  born  Eastham,  30  June,  1727,  died  Tolland,  Mass., 
24  May,  1803;  married  Harvard,  Mass.,  November,  1753,  to 
Lucy  Keep,  born  Harvard,  12  October,  1734,  died  Tolland,  3 
June,  1803. 

Samuel  Rogers,  born  North  Bolton,  Conn.,  30  January,  1764,  died 
Unadilla,  N.  Y.,  12  March,  1829;  married  East  Windsor,  Conn., 
24  November,  1785,  to  Sarah  Skinner,  born  East  Windsor, 
7  December,  1766,  died  Alden,  N.  Y.,  2  October,  1850. 

Sophia  Roxanna  Rogers,  born  Granville,  Mass.,  27  March,  1791  > 
died  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  9  March,  1852;  married  11  January,  1815, 
to  Calvin  Mills,  born  Norfolk,  Conn.,  17  July,  1793,  died 
Guilford,  N.  Y.,  17  March,  1850. 

Sarah  Sophia  Mills,  born  Guilford,  N.  Y.,  1  December,  1837, 
died  Ann  Arbor,  Mich.,  13  November,  1894;  married  Buffalo, 
N.  Y.,  20  August,  1856,  to  the  Rev.  Samuel  Rankin  Gayley, 
born  Cavnabun,  County  Tyrone,  Ireland,  18  October,  1826, 
died  Tungchow,  China,  29  July,  1862. 

Charles  Mills  Gayley,  born  Shanghai,  China,  removed  to  Cali- 
fornia in  1889;  married,  Detroit,  Michigan,  17  December,  1892, 
to  Sally  Pickett  Harris,  born  Montgomery,  Alabama. 


Note. — An   interesting  affidavit  by  Calvin   Jabez*  Mills,   bearing  upon   the 
above  line  of  descent,  will  be  found  in  the  Appendix,  pages  178-80. 


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California  No.  15  Massachusetts  No.  717  General  No.  1929 

JOSEPH    WALTER    WARD 
Oakland,  California 

John  Alden,  born  about  1599,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  12  Septem- 
ber, 1687;  married  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  1624,  to  Priscilla 
MuLLiNs  (daughter  of  William  and  Alice  Mullins,  passengers 
on  the  Mayflower),  died  after  1650. 

Ruth  Alden,  died  Braintree,  Mass.,  12  October,  1674;  married 
(probably)  Duxbury,  3  February,  1657,  to  John  Bass,  born 
about  1632,  died  Braintree,  12  September,  1716. 

Joseph  Bass,  born  Braintree,  5  December,  1655,  died  Boston,  1734; 
married  Braintree,  5  June,  1688,  to  Mary  Belcher,  born  Brain- 
tree, 8  July,  1668,  died  2  November,  1707. 

Elizabeth  Bass,  born  2  February,  1703-4,  died  Leicester,  Mass., 
25  October,  1774;  married  30  March,  1724,  to  Daniel  Hen- 
SHAw,  born  Boston,  3  December,  1701,  died  Leicester,  18  No- 
vember, 1781. 

David  Henshaw,  born  Boston,  19  August,  1744,  died  Leicester, 
22  May,  1808;  married  1773,  to  Mary  Sargent,  born  Leicester, 
27  August,  1755,  died  Leicester,  9  September,  1831. 

Sarah  Henshaw,  born  Leicester,  10  April,  1787,  died  Newton, 
Mass.,  6  October,  1863;  married  1809  to  Andrew  Henshaw 
Ward,  born  Shrewsbury,  Mass.,  26  May,  1784,  died  Newton- 
ville,  Mass.,  1864. 

Joseph  Walter  Ward,  born  Shrewsbury,  2  July,  1814,  removed 
to  California  by  rail,  1873,  died  Oakland,  California,  13  June, 
1888;  married  Boston,  Mass.,  22  June,  1841,  to  Catherine 
Mary  Appleton,  born  Boston,  6  May,  1824,  died  Oakland, 
California,  12  July,  1898. 

Joseph  Walter  Ward,  born  in  Boston;  removed  to  Napa,  Cali- 
fornia by  rail  in  1871;  County  Clerk,  Recorder  and  Auditor  of 
Napa  County,  1875-79;  married  Napa,  California,  23  October, 
1878,  to  Lizzie  Souther,  born  Lawrence,  Mass. 


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California  No.  l6  New  York  No.  877  General  No.  2779 

SETH    WILSON    CUSHMAN 
Oakland,  California 

Isaac  Allerton,  born  about  1586,  died  New  Haven,  Conn.,  be- 
tween 1  and  12  February,  1658-9;  married  Leyden,  Holland, 
4  November,  l6ll,  to  Mary  Norris,  died  Plymouth,  25  Feb- 
ruary, 1620-21. 

Mary  Allerton,  born  Leyden,  Holland,  died  Plymouth,  Mass., 
28  November,  1699;  married  Plymouth,  about  1636,  to  Thomas 
CusHMAN,  born  February,  1608,  died  Plymouth,  10  or  11  De- 
cember, 1691. 

Elkanah  Cushman,  born  Plymouth,  1  June,  1651,  died  Plympton, 
4  September,  1727;  married  Plymouth,  2  March,  1682-3,  to  (2) 
Martha  Cooke,  born  Plymouth,  16  March,  1659-60,  died  Plymp- 
ton, 17  September,  1722. 

JosiAH  Cushman,  born  Plymouth,  21  March,  1687-8,  died  Ply- 
mouth, 13  April,  1750;  married  Plympton,  29  December,  1709, 
to  Susannah  Shurtleff,  born  Plymouth,  about  1691,  died  Ply- 
mouth, 27  July,  1763. 

Isaiah  Cushman,  born  Plympton,  2  February,  1730-1,  died  Upper 
Canada,  2  November,  1818;  married  Plympton,  1  November, 
1753,  to  Sarah  Ring,  born  Plymouth,  2  September,  1737,  died 
South  Brookfield,  22  June,   I8O9. 

Isaac  Cushman,  born  Plympton,  31  December,  1759,  died  Troy, 
N.  Y.,  2  June,  1842;  married  about  1781  to  Sarah  Paine,  died 
Troy,  N.  Y.,  1832. 

Seth  Cushman,  born  Pomfret,  Conn.,  15  May,  1782,  died  Guild- 
hall, Vermont,  8  March,  1845;  married  about  1804  to  Mbhitablk 
Chaplin,  died  Boston,  1847. 

Charles  Chaplin  Cushman,  born  Guildhall,  Vermont,  1804,  died 
Milwaukee,  Wisconsin,  25  November,  1849;  married  Belfast, 
Maine,  18  September,  1833,  to  Hannah  Whittier  Sleeper, 
born  Damariscotta,  Maine,  18  May,  1809,  died  Belfast,  Maine, 
17  September,  I86I. 

Charles  Seth  Cushman,  born  in  Maine,  25  March,  1837,  died 
Sault  Ste.  Marie,  Michigan,  9  January,  1883;  married  Janes- 
ville,  Wisconsin,  16  July,  1862,  to  Helen  Mills  Wilson,  born 
Danby,  Tompkins  County,  New  York,  6  June,  1841,  died  Oak- 
land, California,  30  May,  I9II. 

Seth  Wilson  Cushman,  born  New  London,  Conn.,  removed  to 
San  Francisco,  12  May,  1886;  married  Oakland,  California,  16 
June,  1897,  to  Olive  Reed,  born  Oakland,  California. 

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California  No.  16  New  York  No.  877  General  No.  2779 

SETH    WILSON    CUSHMAN 
Oakland,  California 

Myles  Standish,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  3  October,  1656;  married 
Plymouth,  between  July,  1623,  and  14  March,  1624,  to  Barbara 
,  died  after  6  October,  1659. 

Alexander  Standish,  born  about  1626,  died  Duxbury,  6  July, 
1702;  married  Plymouth,  1648,  to  Sarah  Alden,  born  Plymouth, 
died  Duxbury. 

Ebenezer  Standish,  born  Duxbury,  1672,  died  Duxbury,  1734; 
married  Duxbury,  1697,  to  Hannah  Sturtevant,  born  Ply- 
mouth. 

Zeruiah  Standish,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  1707,  died  North  Yar- 
mouth, Maine,  26  April,  1798;  married  North  Yarmouth,  1732, 
to  Andrew  Ring,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  1696,  died  North  Yar- 
mouth, Maine,  17  November,   1744. 

Sarah  Ring,  born  North  Yarmouth,  Maine,  2  September,  1737, 
died  South  Brookfield,  22  June,  1809;  married  1  November, 
1753,  to  Isaiah  Cushman. 

Isaac  Cushman,  born  Plympton,  31  December,  1759,  died  Troy, 
N.  Y.,  2  June,  1842;  married  about  1781  to  Sarah  Paine,  died 
Troy,  N.  Y.,  1832. 

Seth  Cushman,  born  Pomfret,  Conn.,  15  May,  1782,  died  Guild- 
hall, Vermont,  8  March,  1845;  married  about  1804  to  Mehitablk 
Chaplin,  died  Boston,  1847. 

Charles  Chaplin  Cushman,  born  Guildhall,  Vermont,  1804,  died 
Milwaukee,  Wisconsin,  25  November,  1849;  married  Belfast, 
Maine,  18  September,  1833,  to  Hannah  Whittier  Sleeper, 
born  Damariscotta,  Maine,  18  May,  1809,  died  Belfast,  Maine, 
17  September,  1861. 

Charles  Seth  Cushman,  born  in  Maine,  25  March,  1837,  died 
Sault  Ste.  Marie,  Michigan,  9  January,  1883;  married  Janes- 
ville,  Wisconsin,  16  July,  1862,  to  Helen  Mills  Wilson,  born 
Danby,  Tompkins  County,  New  York,  6  June,  1841,  died  Oak- 
land, California,  30  May,  1911. 

Seth  Wilson  Cushman,  born  New  London,  Conn.,  removed  to 
San  Francisco,  12  May,  1886;  married  Oakland,  California,  l6 
June,  1897,  to  Olive  Reed,  born  Oakland,  California. 


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California  No.  17  Massachusetts  No.  918  General  No.  2585 

MARIA  (FREEMAN)  GRAYt 

MRS.  JOHN  HENRY  GRAY 

San  Francisco,  California 

John  Alden,  born  about  1599,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  12  Septem- 
ber, 1687;  married  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  1624,  to  Priscilla 
MuLLiNs  (daughter  of  William  and  Alice  Mullins,  passengers 
on  the  Mayflower),  died  after  1650. 

Sarah  Alden,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  died  Duxbury,  before  1686; 
married  to  Alexander  Standish,  born  about  1626,  died  Dux- 
bury,  6  July,  1702. 

Ebenezer  Standish,  born  Duxbury,  1672,  died  Duxbury,  1734; 
married  Duxbury,  1697,  to  Hannah  Sturtevant,  born  Ply- 
mouth. 

Hannah  Standish,  born  Plympton,  Mass.,  6  March,  1703-4;  mar- 
ried Plympton,  4  January,  1721,  to  Seth  Staples. 

Sarah  Staples,  died  before  5  November,  1778;  married  to  Daniel 
Wilde,  born  Braintree,  Mass.,  12  October,  1718. 

Sarah  Wilde,  married  to  Amos  Martin,  born  Rehoboth,  Mass., 
15  September,  1754,  died  Attleboro,  Mass.,  14  February,  1850. 

Sally  Martin,  born  Norton,  Mass.,  26  August,  1781,  died  New 
Salem,  Mass.,  19  October,  1864;  married  Norton,  Mass.,  1801, 
to  Nathaniel  Freeman,  born  Norton,  Mass.,  10  July,  1781, 
died  New  Salem,  22  January,  1871. 

Daniel  Sanford  Freeman,  born  Norton,  Mass.,  1  March,  1805, 
died  New  Salem,  18  April,  1887;  married  Hadley,  Mass.,  5 
May,  1831,  to  Achsah  Bridgman  Kimball,  born  Hadley,  Mass., 
28  October,  1808,  died  New  Salem,  Mass.,  24  March,  1851. 

Maria  Freeman,  born  New  Salem,  Mass.,  15  February,  1832, 
preceptress  women's  department.  Fort  Wayne  Seminary,  in  1853, 
removed  to  San  Francisco  by  rail  in  1887,  died  San  Fran- 
cisco, California,  16  March,  1915;  married  Fort  Wayne,  Ind., 
5  May,  1855,  to  John  Henry  Gray,  born  Prince  George  County, 
Maryland,  16  October,  1831,  afterward  Judge  of  the  Fifth 
Judicial  District  of  Iowa;  died  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  14  October, 
1865. 

t  Deceased. 


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California  No.  18  Massachusetts  No.  1006  General  No.  2791 

CLINTON    FOLGER 
Mill  Valley,  California 

Degory  Priest,  born  about  1579;  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  1  Jan- 
uary, 1621;  married  Ley  den,  Holland,  4  November,  l6ll,  to 
Sarah  (Allerton)  Vincent,  died  Plymouth. 

Mary  Priest,  born  Leyden,  Holland,  died  Charlestown,  Mass.,  about 
July,  1689;  married,  Plymouth,  1630,  to  Phineas  Pratt,  born 
about  1590,  arrived  Plymouth,  24  March,  1623,  died  in  Charles- 
town,  Mass.,  19  April,  1680. 

Joseph  Pratt,  died  Charlestown,  Mass.,  24  December,  1712;  mar- 
ried 12  February,  1674-5,  to  Dorcas  Folger,  died  after  1712, 

Sarah  Pratt,  born  about  1690,  died  Nantucket,  Mass.,  27  June, 
1762;  married  Nantucket,  Mass.,  20  January,  1714-5,  to  Jere- 
miah Coleman,  died  Nantucket,  4  January,  1730. 

Enoch  Coleman,  born  Nantucket,  Mass.,  24  March,  1724-5,  died 
Nantucket,  15  January,  1799;  married  Nantucket,  5  January, 
1748,  to  Mary  Myrick,  born  Nantucket,  17  April,  1731,  died 
Nantucket,  14  November,  1815. 

Lydia  Coleman,  born  Nantucket,  Mass.,  4  December,  1757,  died 
Nantucket,  29  August,  1833;  married  Nantucket,  19  July,  1778, 
to  Charles  Folger,  born  Nantucket,  26  December,  1753,  died 
Nantucket,  4  September,  1818. 

William  Folger,  born  Nantucket,  Mass.,  7  November,  1785,  died 
Nantucket,  18  November,  1865;  married  Nantucket,  5  May, 
1808,  to  Lucy  Folger,  born  Nantucket,  23  February,  1789,  died 
Nantucket,  17  December,  1855. 

Seth  Folger,  born  Nantucket,  Mass.,  2  April,  1825;  passenger  on 
ship  Henry  Astor,  sailed  from  Nantucket,  12  March,  1849,  via 
Cape  Horn;  arrived  San  Francisco,  California,  16  September, 
1849;  died  San  Francisco,  20  August,  1900;  married  San  Fran- 
cisco, 14  April,  1858,  to  Rachel  Cottle  Joy,  born  Nantucket, 
19  July,  1837;  arrived  in  San  Francisco,  by  steamer  via  Panama, 
in  1856;  died  San  Francisco,  27  January,  1872. 

Clinton  Folger,  born  San  Francisco;  married  San  Francisco,  9 
May,  1894,  to  Mary  Frances  Green,  born  San  Francisco 
(daughter  of  the  late  Julius  Converse  Green,  passenger  by 
steamer  via  Panama,  arrived  San  Francisco  about  January,! 856). 


Note. — For  the  marriage  records  of  Degory  Priest  and  Enoch'  Coleman, 
and  the  will  of  Charles  Folger,  above,  see  Appendix,  pages  169-74. 


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California  No.  19  Massachusetts  No.  878  General  No.  2406 

GEORGE    ARTHUR    MERRILL 
Redwood  City,  California 

Thomas  Rogers,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  between  1  January  and 
31  March,  1621. 

Joseph  Rogers,  died  Eastham,  Mass.,  between  2  and  15  January, 

1677;  married  before  1633  to  Hannah  ,  died  after  2 

January,  1677. 

Mary  Rogers,  born  Duxbury,  22  September,  1644;  married  Barn- 
stable, Mass.,  10  August,  1664,  to  John  Phinney,  born  Ply- 
mouth, 24  December,  1638. 

John  Phinney,  born  Barnstable,  Mass.,  5  May,  1665,  died  Barn- 
stable, 27  November,  1746;  married  Barnstable,  30  May,  1689, 
to  Sarah  Lombard. 

John  Phinney,  born  Barnstable,  5  April,  1696,  died  Gorham, 
Maine,  29  December,  1780;  married  Barnstable,  25  September, 
1718,  to  Martha  Colman,  born  Barnstable,  4  March,  1698,  died 
Gorham,  Maine,  16  December,  1784. 

Patience  Phinney,  born  Barnstable  or  Falmouth,  Maine,  27  June, 
1730,  died  Gorham,  Maine,  1757;  married  Gorham,  3  February, 
1750,  to  Thomas  Weston. 

Patience  Weston,  born  Gorham,  Maine,  3  October,  1751,  died 
Gorham,  23  December,  1784;  married  Gorham  (published),  15 
April,  1775,  to  Asa  Whitney,  born  Gorham,  17  December,  1754, 
died  Gorham,  17  December,  1806. 

Samuel  Whitney,  born  Gorham,  Maine,  28  August,  1777,  died 
Jackson,  Maine,  18  October,  1859;  married  Brooks,  Maine,  to 
Mary  Rich,  born  Gorham,  15  February,  1778. 

Mary  Whitney,  born  1811,  died  Newport,  Maine,  6  May,  1847; 
married  to  Henry  Merrill,  born  Unity,  Maine,  8  May,  1804, 
died  Chelsea,  Mass.,  December,  1845. 

Henry  Franklin  Merrill,  born  Brooks,  Maine,  3  December, 
1833,  died  Redwood  City,  California,  10  February,  1907;  mar- 
ried Blue  Hill,  Maine,  13  December,  1855,  to  Aurelia  Maria 
Grant,  born  Sedgwick,  Maine,  8  December,  1837,  removed  to 
California  by  rail  in  October,  1873,  died  San  Francisco,  26 
November,  1899. 

George  Arthur  Merrill,  born  Cape  Elizabeth,  Maine,  removed 
to  California  by  rail  in  1873;  married  San  Diego,  California, 
11  June,  1895,  to  Sarah  Elizabeth  McKie,  born  Hecker,  111. 


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California  No.  19  Massachusetts  No.  878  General  No.  2406 

GEORGE    ARTHUR    MERRILL 
Redwood  City,  California 

William  Brewster,  probably  born  Scrooby,  England,  1566-7,  died 
Plymouth,  Mass.,  10  April,  1644;  married  before  1593  to  Mary 
,  born   1568-9,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  17  April,  1627. 

Patience  Brewster,  probably  born  Scrooby,  England,  died  Ply- 
mouth, Mass.,  1634;  married  Plymouth,  5  August,  1624,  to 
Thomas  Prence,  born  about  1601,  died  Plymouth,  29  March, 
1673. 

Mercy  Prence,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  about  1631,  died  Eastham, 
Mass.,  28  September,  1711;  married  Sandwich,  Mass.,  13  or  14 
February,  1649-50,  to  John  Freeman,  born  about  1621,  died 
Eastham,  28  October,  1719- 

Thomas  Freeman,  born  Eastham,  Mass.,  September,  1653,  died 
Harwich,  Mass.,  9  February,  1715-6;  married  Eastham,  Mass., 
31  December,  l673,  to  Rebecca  Sparrow,  born  Eastham,  30 
October,  1655,  died  February,  1740. 

Edmund  Freeman,  born  Eastham,  Mass.,  11  October,  1680,  died 
10  March,  1745-6;  married,  about  1703,  to  Phebe  Watson,  born 
Plymouth,  Mass.,  June,  1681,  died  about  1747. 

Joshua  Freeman,  born  Harwich,  Mass.,  May,  1706,  buried  Port- 
land, Maine,  24  September,  1770;  married  17  September,  1728, 
to  Patience  Rogers,  born  Ipswich,  Mass.,  4  September,  1710, 
died  Portland,  Maine,  31   December,  1769- 

Reuben  Freeman,  baptized  Harwich,  Mass.,  12  July,  1741,  died 

after  1789;  married  26  September,  1764,  to  Catherine  , 

born  28  June,  1742. 

Martha  Freeman,  born  30  January,  1781;  married  (intentions) 
Sedgwick,  Maine,  5  November,  1800,  to  Samuel  Ober,  born 
Sedgwick,  Maine,  26  May,  1778. 

Pauline  Tolpy  Ober,  born  Sedgwick,  Maine,  14  March,  1818, 
died  Alameda,  California,  5  January,  1900;  married  Sedgwick, 
Maine,  2  August,  1836,  to  Thomas  Baldwin  Grant,  born  Blue 
Hill,  Maine,  27  October,  1813,  died  San  Francisco,  California, 
26  May,  1891. 

AuRELiA  Maria  Grant,  born  Sedgwick,  Maine,  8  December,  1837, 
died  San  Francisco,  California,  26  November,  1899;  married 
Blue  Hill,  Maine,  13  December,  1855,  to  Henry  Franklin 
Merrill,  born  Brooks,  Maine,  3  December,  1833,  died  Redwood 
City,  California,  10  February,  1907. 

Georgp  Arthur  Merrill,  born  Cape  Elizabeth,  Maine;  married 
San  Diego,  California,  11  June,  1895,  to  Sarah  Elizabeth 
McKiE,  born  Hecker,  Illinois. 

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California  No.  20  New  York  No.  76  General  No.  76 

*BRIG.-GEN.  CHARLES  HEDGES  McKINSTRY,  U.  S.  A. 

New  York  City 

William  Bradford,  baptized  Austerfield,  England,  19  March,  1589, 
died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  9  May,  1657;  married  Plymouth,  14  Aug- 
ust, 1623,  to  Alice  (Carpenter)  Southworth,  born  about  1590, 
died  Plymouth,  26  March,  1670. 

William  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  17  June,  1624,  died 
Plymouth,  20  Feb.,  1703-4;  married  about  1650,  to  Alice  Richards, 
born  about  1627,  died  Plymouth,  12  Dec,  1671. 

Samuel  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  about  1667,  died  Duxbury,  11 
April,  1714;  married  Plymouth,  31  July,  1689,  to  Hannah 
Rogers,  born  Duxbury,  16  November,  1668,  died  after  l6  July, 
1733. 

Elizabeth  Bradford,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  15  December,  1696, 
died  10  May,  1777;  married  Hartford,  Conn.,  10  or  20  January, 
1716-7,  to  Charles  Whiting,  born  Hartford,  Conn.,  5  July, 
1692,  died  New  London,  Conn.,  7  March,  1738. 

Gamaliel  Whiting,  born  17  September,  1727,  died  (probably) 
Great  Barrington,  Mass.,  27  November,  1790;  married  18  June, 
1752,  to  Anna  Gillett,  born  18  February,  1738,  died  Great 
Barrington,  27  February,  1808. 

Sarah  Whiting,  born  26  April,  1762,  died  1838;  married  1779, 
to  John  Backus. 

Nancy  Whiting  Backus,  born  Great  Barrington,  Mass.,  12  Sep- 
tember, 1780,  died  Ypsilanti,  Mich.,  30  August,  1866;  married 
Ypsilanti,  16  January,  1805,  to  David  Charles  McKinstry, 
born  Hillsdale,  N.  Y.,  12  August,  1778,  died  Ypsilanti,  Mich., 
9  September,  1856. 

The  Hon.  Elisha  Williams  McKinstry,  Justice  of  the  Supreme 
Court  of  California,  born  Detroit,  Mich.,  15  April,  1824,  died 
1  November,  1901;  married  27  July,  1863,  to  Annie  Livingston 
Hedges,  born  Lansingberg,  New  York,  7  February,  1845,  died 
San  Francisco,  California,  2  August,  1917. 

Charles  Hedges  McKinstry,  born  San  Francisco,  California. 

*  Resigned. 


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California  No.  20  New  York  No.  76  General  No.  76 

COL.  CHARLES    HEDGES    McKINSTRY,  U.  S.  A. 
New  York  City 

Thomas  Rogers,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  between  1  January  and  81 
March,  1621;  married . 

John  Rogers,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  before  20  September,  1692; 
married  16  April,  1639,  to  Ann  Churchman. 

John  Rogers,  born  3  April,  1642,  died  about  1732;  married  16 
Nov.,  1666,  to  Elizabeth  Pabodie,  born  24  Apl.,  1647. 

Hannah  Rogers,  born  16  Nov.,  1668;  married  to  Samuel  Brad- 
ford, born  Kingston,  Mass.,  about  1668,  died  11  Apl.,  1714. 

Elizabeth  Bradford,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  15  Dec,  1696,  died 
10  May,  1777;  married  10  Jan.,  1716-7,  to  Charles  Whiting, 
born  Hartford,  Conn.,  5  July,  1692,  died  7  March,  1738. 

Gamaliel  Whiting,  born  17  September,  1727,  died  (probably) 
Great  Barrington,  Mass.,  27  November,  1790;  married  18  June, 
1752,  to  Anna  Gillett,  born  18  February,  1738,  died  Great 
Barrington,  27  February,  1808. 

Sarah  Whiting,  born  26  April,  1762,  died  1838;  married  1779, 
to  John  Backus. 

Nancy  Whiting  Backus,  born  Great  Barrington,  Mass.,  12  Sep- 
tember, 1780,  died  Ypsilanti,  Mich.,  30  August,  1866;  married 
Ypsilanti,  l6  January,  1805,  to  David  Charles  McKinstry, 
born  Hillsdale,  N.  Y.,  12  August,  1778,  died  Ypsilanti,  Mich., 
9  September,  1856. 

The  Hon.  Elisha  Williams  McKinstry,  Justice  of  the  Supreme 
Court  of  California,  born  Detroit,  Mich.,  15  April,  1824,  died 
1  November,  1901 ;  married  27  July,  1863,  to  Annie  Livingston 
Hedges,  born  Lansingberg,  New  York,  7  February,  1845,  died 
San  Francisco,  California,  2  August,  1917. 

Charles  Hedges  McKinstry,  born  San  Francisco,  California. 


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California  No.  20  New  York  No.  76  General  No.  76 

COL.  CHARLES   HEDGES   McKINSTRY,  U.  S.  A. 
New  York  City 

John  Alden,  born  about  1599,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  12  Septem- 
ber, 1687;  married  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  1624,  to  Priscilla 
MuLLiNs  (daughter  of  William  and  Alice  Mullins,  passengers 
on  the  Mayflower),  died  after  1650. 

Elizabeth  Alden,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  died  Little  Compton, 
R.  I.,  31  May,  1717;  married  Duxbury,  Mass.,  26  December, 
1644,  to  William  Pabodie,  born  about  1620,  died  Little  Comp- 
ton, R.  I.,  13  December,  1707. 

Elizabeth  Pabodie,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  24  April,  1647;  mar- 
ried Duxbury,  Mass.,  November,  1666,  to  John  Rogers,  born 
about  1640,  died  Barrington,  R.  I.,  28  June,  1732. 

Hannah  Rogers,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  16  November,  1668,  died 
after  l6  July,  1733;  married  Plymouth,  Mass.,  31  July,  1689,  to 
Samuel  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  about  1667,  died  11  April, 
1714. 

Elizabeth  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  15  December,  1696, 
died  10  May,  1777;  married  Hartford,  Conn.,  10  or  20  January, 
1716-17,  to  Lieut.  Charles  Whiting,  born  Hartford,  Conn., 
5  July,  1692,  died  New  London,  Conn.,  7  March,  1738, 

Gamaliel  Whiting,  born  Great  Barrington,  Mass.,  17  September, 
1727,  died  Great  Barrington,  27  November,  1790;  married  18 
June,  1752,  to  Anna  Gillett,  born  18  February,  1738,  died 
27  February,  1808. 

Sarah  Whiting,  born  26  April,  1762,  died  1838;  married  1779, 
to  John  Backus. 

Nancy  Whiting  Backus,  born  Great  Barrington,  Mass.,  12  Sep- 
tember, 1780,  died  Ypsilanti,  Mich.,  30  August,  1866;  married 
Ypsilanti,  16  January,  1805,  to  David  Charles  McKinstry, 
born  Hillsdale,  N.  Y.,  12  August,  1778,  died  Ypsilanti,  Mich., 
9  September,  1856. 

The  Hon.  Elisha  Williams  McKinstry,  Justice  of  the  Supreme 
Court  of  California,  born  Detroit,  Mich.,  15  April,  1824,  died 
1  November,  1901 ;  married  27  July,  1863,  to  Annie  Livingston 
Hedges,  born  7  February,  1845. 

Charles  Hedges  McKinstry,  born  San  Francisco,  California. 


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California  No.  21  Massachusetts  No.  898  General  No.  2485 

VIRGINIA  (WHITING)  NEWHALL 

MRS.  EDWIN  WHITE  NEWHALL 

San  Francisco,  California 

William  Bradford,  baptized  Austerfield,  England,  19  March, 
1589,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  9  May,  1657;  married  Plymouth, 
14  August,  1623,  to  Alice  (Carpenter)  Southworth,  born 
about  1590,  died  Plymouth,  26  March,  1670. 

William  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  17  June,  1624,  died 
Plymouth,  20  February,  1703-4;  married  about  1650,  to  Alice 
Richards,  born  about  1627,  died  Plymouth,  12  December,  1671. 

Samuel  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  about  1667,  died  Duxbury,  11 
April,  1714;  married  Plymouth,  31  July,  1689,  to  Hannah 
Rogers,  born  Duxbury,  16  November,  1668,  died  after  16  July, 
1733. 

Elizabeth  Bradford,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  15  December,  1696, 
died  10  May,  1777;  married  Hartford,  Conn.,  10  or  20  January, 
1716-7,  to  Charles  Whiting,  born  Hartford,  Conn.,  5  July, 
1692,  died  New  London,  Conn.,  7  March,  1738. 

William  Bradford  Whiting,  born  15  April,  1731,  died  Canaan, 
N.  Y.,  13  October,  1796;  married  24  July,  1757,  to  Amy 
Lathrop,  born  Norwich,  Conn.,  8  September,  1735,  died  20 
January,   1815. 

Daniel  Whiting,  born  Canaan,  N.  Y.,  23  May,  1768,  died  Phila- 
delphia, Penn.,  12  June,  1855;  married  19  January,  1804,  to 
Elizabeth  Gilbert  Powers,  born  Middletown,  Conn.,  27  March, 
1782,  died  West  Tisbury,  Mass.,  21  January,  1859- 

Henry  Laurens  Whiting,  born  Albany,  N.  Y.,  5  February, 
1821,  died  West  Tisbury,  Mass.,  4  February,  1887;  married 
West  Tisbury,  3  November,  1851,  to  Anna  Frances  Johnson, 
born  Naushon  Island,  Mass.,  15  February,  1830,  died  West 
Tisbury,  Mass.,  1  February,  1912. 

Virginia  Whiting,  born  Philadelphia,  Penn.;  married  West  Tis- 
bury, Mass.,  20  July,  1882,  to  Edwin  White  Newhall,  born 
San  Francisco,  California,  7  May,  1856,  died  28  October,  1915. 


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California  No.  21  Massachusetts  No.  898  General  No.  2485 

VIRGINIA  (WHITING)  NEWHALL 

MRS.  EDWIN  WHITE  NEWHALL 

San  Francisco,  California 

Thomas  Rogers^  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  between  1  January  and  81 
March,  1621;  married . 

John  Rogers,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  before  20  September,  1692; 
married  16  April,  1639,  to  Ann  Churchman. 

John  Rogers,  born  3  April,  1642,  died  about  1732;  married  16 
Nov.,  1666,  to  Elizabeth  Pabodie,  born  24  Apl.,  1647. 

Hannah  Rogers,  born  l6  Nov.,  1668;  married  to  Samuel  Brad- 
ford, born  Kingston,  Mass.,  about  1668,  died  11  Apl.,  1714. 

Elizabeth  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  15  December,  1696, 
died  10  May,  1777;  married  Hartford,  Conn.,  10  or  20  Jan- 
uary, 1716-17,  to  Lieut.  Charles  Whiting,  born  Hartford, 
Conn.,  5  July,  1692,  died  New  London,  Conn.,  7  March,  1738. 

William  Bradford  Whiting,  born  15  April,  1731,  died  Canaan, 
N.  Y.,  13  October,  1796;  married  24  July,  1757,  to  Amy 
Lathrop,  born  Norwich,  Conn.,  8  September,  1735,  died  20 
January,   1815. 

Daniel  Whiting,  born  Canaan,  N.  Y.,  23  May,  1768,  died  Phila- 
delphia, Penn.,  12  July,  1855;  married  19  January,  1804,  to 
Elizabeth  Gilbert  Powers,  born  Middletown,  Conn.,  27  March, 
1782,  died  West  Tisbury,  Mass.,  21  January,  1859. 

Henry  Laurens  Whiting,  born  Albany,  N.  Y.,  5  February,  1821, 
died  West  Tisbury,  Mass.,  4  February,  1887;  married  West 
Tisbury,  3  November,  1851,  to  Anna  Frances  Johnson,  born 
Naushon  Island,  Mass.,  15  February,  1830,  died  West  Tisbury, 
Mass.,   1   February,   1912. 

Virginia  Whiting,  born  Philadelphia,  Penn.;  married  West  Tis- 
bury, Mass.,  20  July,  1882,  to  Edwin  White  Newhall,  born 
San  Francisco,  California,  7  May,  1856,  died  San  Francisco, 
28  October,  1915. 


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California  No.  21  Massachusetts  No.  898  General  No.  2485 

VIRGINIA  (WHITING)  NEWHALL 

MRS.  EDWIN  WHITE  NEWHALL 

San  Francisco,  California 

John  Alden,  born  about  1599,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.^  12  Septem- 
ber, 1687;  married  Plymouth,  before  1624,  to  Priscilla  Mullins 
(daughter  of  William  and  Alice  Mullins,  passengers  on  the 
Mayflower) ,  died  after  1650. 

Elizabeth  Alden,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  died  Little  Compton, 
R.  I.,  31  May,  1717;  married  Duxbury,  Mass.,  26  December, 
1644,  to  William  Pabodie,  born  about  1620,  died  Little  Comp- 
ton, R.  I.,  13  December,  1707. 

Elizabeth  Pabodie,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  24  April,  1647;  mar- 
ried Duxbury,  Mass.,  November,  1666,  to  John  Rogers,  born 
about  1640,  died  Harrington,  R.  I.,  28  June,  1732. 

Hannah  Rogers,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  16  November,  1668,  died 
after  16  July,  1733;  married  Plymouth,  Mass.,  31  July,  1689,  to 
Samuel  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  about  1667,  died  11  April, 
1714. 

Elizabeth  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  15  December,  1696, 
died  10  May,  1777;  married  Hartford,  Conn.,  10  or  20  January, 
1716-17,  to  Lieut.  Charles  Whiting,  born  Hartford,  Conn., 
5  July,  1692,  died  New  London,  Conn.,  7  March,  1738. 

William  Bradford  Whiting,  born  15  April,  1731,  died  Canaan, 
N.  Y.,  13  October,  1796;  married  24  July,  1757,  to  Amy 
Lathrop,  born  Norwich,  Conn.,  8  September,  1735,  died  20 
January,   1815. 

Daniel  Whiting,  born  Canaan,  N.  Y.,  23  May,  1768,  died  Phila- 
delphia, Penn.,  12  June,  1855;  married  19  January,  1804,  to 
Elizabeth  Gilbert  Powers,  born  Middletown,  Conn.,  27  March, 
1782,  died  West  Tisbury,  Mass.,  21  January,  1859. 

Henry  Laurens  Whiting,  born  Albany,  N.  Y.,  5  February, 
1821,  died  West  Tisbury,  Mass.,  4  February,  1887;  married 
West  Tisbury,  3  November,  1851,  to  Anna  Frances  Johnson, 
born  Naushon  Island,  Mass.,  15  February,  1830,  died  West 
Tisbury,  Mass.,  1  February,  1912. 

Virginia  Whiting,  born  Philadelphia,  Penn.;  married  West  Tis- 
bury, Mass.,  20  July,  1882,  to  Edwin  White  Newhall,  born 
San  Francisco,  California,  7  May,  1856,  died  28  October,  1915. 


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California  No.  22  New  York  No.  876  General  No.  2778 

HAROLD    EDWARD    SMITH 
San  Francisco,  California 

William  Bradford,  born  Austerfield,  England,  19  March,  1589, 
died  Plymouth,  9  May,  l657;  married  Plymouth,  14  August, 
1623,  to  Alice  (Carpenter)  Southworth,  born  about  1590, 
died  Plymouth,  26  March,  1670. 

William  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  17  June,  1624,  died  Plymouth, 
20  February,  1703-4;  married  about  1650  to  Alice  Richards, 
born  about  1627,  died  Plymouth,  26  March,  1670. 

Hannah  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  9  May,  1662,  died  Windham, 
Conn.,  28  May,  1738;  married  Plymouth,  28  November,  1682,  to 
Joshua  Ripley,  born  Hingham,  Mass.,  9  November,  1658,  died 
Windham,  Conn.,  8  May,  1739- 

Irene  Ripley,  born  Windham,  Conn.,  24-28  August,  1700,  died 
Windham,  20  January,  1726-7;  married  Windham,  20-27  April, 
1719,  to  Samuel  Manning,  born  Billerica,  Mass.,  14  January, 
1690,  died  Windham,  Conn.,  3  June,  1727. 

Hezekiah  Manning,  born  Windham,  Conn.,  8  August,  1721,  died 
Windham,  20  April,  1802;  married  22  September,  1745,  to  Mary 
Webb,  born  Windham,  23  December,  1725,  died  Windham,  20 
December,  1785. 

Nathaniel  Manning,  born  Windham,  Conn.,  baptized  I6  March, 
1760,  died  Windham,  9  March,  1814;  married  4  September,  178S, 
to  Matilda  Morgan,  born  Windham,  6  October,  1764,  died 
Schoharie,  N.  Y.,  29  January,  1846. 

Nancy  Manning,  born  Windham,  Conn.,  23  April,  1786,  died 
Schoharie,  N.  Y.,  13  December,  1872;  married  Windham,  15 
February,  I8O6,  to  Chester  Lasell,  born  Windham,  23  Feb- 
ruary, 1784,  died  Schoharie,  N.  Y.,  SO  October,  1864. 

Matilda  Lasell,  born  Schoharie,  N.  Y.,  23  September,  1810,  died 
Saratoga  Springs,  N.  Y.,  24  August,  1863;  married  Schoharie, 
N.  Y.,  23  September,  1830,  to  Charles  Adam  Smith,  D.D.,  born 
New  York  City,  25  June,  1809,  died  Philadelphia,  Penn.,  15 
February,  1879- 

Edward  Clarence  Smith,  born  Palatine,  N.  Y.,  13  May,  1835, 
died  Wallingford,  Penn.,  30  November,  1889;  married  Salisbury, 
Md.,  15  June,  1865,  to  Virginia  Allison  Toadvin,  born  Salis- 
bury, Md.,  16  September,  1845. 

Harold  Edward  Smith,  born  Philadelphia,  Penn.,  removed  to  San 
Francisco,  California,  in  1893;  married  San  Francisco,  26  March, 
1912,  to  Etta  Eldora  Corner,  born  Josefthal,  Bohemia, 
Austria. 

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California  No.  22  New  York  No.  876  General  No.  2778 

HAROLD    EDWARD    SMITH 
San  Francisco,  California 

William  Brewster,  born  (probably)  at  Scrooby,  England,  1566-7, 
died  Plymouth,  10  April,  1644;  married  before  1593  to  Mary 
,  born  1568-69,  died  Plymouth,  17  April,  1627. 

Love  Brewster,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  before  31  January,  1650-1; 
married  Plymouth,  15  May,  1634,  to  Sarah  Collier,  born  about 
1616,  died  Plymouth,  26  April,  1691. 

Wrestling    Brewster,   born    Duxbury,    Mass.,    died    Duxbury,    1 

January,    1696-7;   married   to   Mary  ,   died   Kingston, 

Mass.,  12  November,  1742. 

Jonathan  Brewster,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  died  Windham,  Conn., 
24  November,  1753;  married  Duxbury,  Mass.,  6  March,  1709-10, 
to  Mary  Partridge,  born  Duxbury,  2  May,  1693,  died  before 
1748. 

Mary  (Brewster)  Lillie,  born  about  1712,  died  Scotland,  Conn., 
9  August,  1768,  married  25  September,  1740,  to  Jeremiah  Bing- 
ham, born  Windham,  Conn.,  27  January,  1715-16,  died  Scotland, 
Conn.,  4  September,  1784. 

Lydia  Bingham,  born  Windham,  Conn.,  10  December,  1745,  died 
Windham,  27  October,  1841;  married  Scotland,  Conn.,  29  Sep- 
tember, 1768,  to  JosiAH  Lasell,  born  Scotland,  Conn.,  5  May, 
1741,  died  Windham,  8  April,  1809. 

Chester  Lasell,  born  Windham,  23  February,  1784,  died  Scho- 
harie, N.  Y.,  30  October,  1864;  married  Windham,  Conn.,  15 
February,  1806,  to  Nancy  Manning,  born  Windham,  Conn.,  23 
April,  1786,  died  Schoharie,  N.  Y.,  13  December,  1872. 

Matilda  Lasell,  born  Schoharie,  N.  Y.,  23  September,  1810,  died 
Saratoga  Springs,  N.  Y.,  24  August,  1863;  married  Schoharie, 
N.  Y.,  23  September,  1830,  to  Charles  Adam  Smith,  D.D.,  born 
New  York  City,  25  June,  1809,  died  Philadelphia,  Penn.,  15 
February,  1879- 

Edward  Clarence  Smith,  born  Palatine,  N.  Y.,  13  May,  1835, 
died  Wallingford,  Penn.,  30  November,  1889;  married  Salisbury, 
Md.,  15  June,  1865,  to  Virginia  Allison  Toadvin,  born  Salis- 
bury, Md.,  l6  September,  1845. 

Harold  Edward  Smith,  born  Philadelphia,  Penn.,  removed  to  San 
Francisco,  California,  in  1893;  married  San  Francisco,  26  March, 
1912,  to  Etta  Eldora  Gorner,  born  Josefthal,  Bohemia, 
Austria. 

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California  No.  23  Massachusetts  No.  1005  General  No.  2790 

MINERVA   MOORE   (HATHAWAY)    LOVELL 

MRS.  MANSFIELD  LOVELL 

Berkeley,  California 

Thomas  Rogers,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  between  1  January  and 
31  March,  1621;  married  . 

John  Rogers,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  before  20  September,  1692; 
married  16  April,  1639,  to  Ann  Churchman. 

Elizabeth   Rogers,  born   Duxbury,   Mass.,  died  Taunton,   Mass.; 
^     married  Duxbury,  17  November,  1668,  to  Nathaniel  Williams, 

born    Gloucester,    baptized    7    February,    1641,    died    Taunton, 

Mass.,  16  August,  1692. 

Elizabeth  Williams,  born  Taunton,  18  April,  1686,  died  Taunton, 
2  May,  1732;  married  Taunton,  1708,  to  John  Macomber,  born 
Taunton,  18  March,  1681,  died  14  December,  1747. 

Elizabeth  (Macomber)  Rounseville,  born  Taunton,  1720,  died 
after  December,  1783;  married  at  Taunton,  to  William  Ashley, 
born  Rochester,  Mass.,  died  before  November,  1783. 

Abiah  Ashley,  born  Rochester,  Mass.,  15  July,  1751,  died  in  the 
West,  September,  1843;  married  Freetown,  Mass.,  18  December, 
1777,  to  Philip  Hathaway,  born  East  Taunton,  23  February, 
1756,  died  Freetown,  Mass.,  14  June,  1839. 

Betsy  Hathaway,  born  Assonet,  Mass.,  12  October,  1780,  died 
Assonet,  11  October,  1873;  married  Assonet,  17  May,  1799,  to 
Edmund  Hathaway,  born  Freetown,  Mass.,  29  September,  1771, 
died  5  October,  1832. 

Charles  Wesley  Hathaway,  born  Assonet,  Mass.,  7  April,  1821, 
passenger  by  brig  Dr.  Hitchcock,  sailed  from  New  York,  l6 
March,  1849,  to  Chagres,  crossed  the  Isthmus,  sailed  from  Pan- 
ama by  Soledad,  arrived  San  Francisco,  3  August,  1849,  active 
member  Vigilante  Committee  of  San  Francisco,  1852  and  1856, 
died  San  Lorenzo,  California,  25  May,  1899;  married  San  Fran- 
cisco, 14  July,  1862,  to  Laurilla  Moore,  born  Putney,  Vermont, 
1  November,  1836,  sailed  from  New  York  by  steamer  Northern 
Light,  10  May,  1859,  via  Panama,  thence  by  steamer  Orizaba, 
arrived  San  Francisco,  4  June,  1859.  died  San  Lorenzo,  Cali- 
fornia, 15  November,  1911. 

Minerva  Moore  Hathaway,  born  San  Francisco,  California;  mar- 
ried San  Francisco,  8  May,  1894,  to  Mansfield  Lovell  (son  of 
the  late  Major-General  Mansfield  Lovell,  C.  S.  A.),  born  Gover- 
nor's Island,  New  York. 

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California  No.  24      District  of  Columbia  No.  131      General  No.  19S7 

CHARLES  HARRIS  HOPKINSt 

Santa  Barbara,  California 

Stephen  Hopkins,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  between  6  June  and  17 
July,  1644. 

Gyles  Hopkins,  died  Eastham,  Mass.,  before  l6  April,  I69O; 
married  9  October,  1639,  to  Catherine  Wheldon,  died  after  5 
March,  1 688-9. 

Stephen  Hopkins,  born  Eastham,  Mass.,  September,  1642,  died 
Harwich,  Mass.,  10  October,  1718-9;  married  Eastham,  23  May, 
1667,  to  Mary  Merrick,  born  Eastham,  6  November,  1650. 

Joseph  Hopkins,  born  Harwich,  Mass.,  I688,  died  Harwich,  24 
April,  1771 ;  married  Harwich  or  Eastham,  17  April,  1712,  to 
Mary  Mayo,  born  26  August,  1694,  died  Harwich,  15  January. 
1771. 

Prince  Hopkins,  born  Harwich,  Mass.,  7  July,  1731,  died  Har- 
wich; married  Harwich,  15  February,  1753,  to  Patience  Snow. 

Prince  Hopkins,  born   Harwich,  23   September,   1769^  died   New 

Sharon,   Maine,   4   July,   1854;   married   Phebe  ,   born 

10  September,  1777,  died  New  Sharon,  Maine,  2  May,  1856. 

Prince  Hopkins,  born  New  Sharon,  Maine,  2  September,  1810, 
died  North  Vassalboro,  Maine,  25  April,  1882;  married  North 
Vassalboro,  Maine,  13  February,  1834,  to  Olive  Hawes,  born 
Vassalboro,  22  November,  1808,  died  North  Vassalboro,  17 
October,  1896. 

Charles  Harris  Hopkins,  born  North  Vassalboro,  14  April,  18S7, 
removed  to  California,  by  sea,  in  I86I,  died  San  Francisco, 
California,  11  November,  1913;  married  San  Francisco,  Cali- 
fornia, 7  August,  1883  to  Mary  Isabel  Booth,  born  Maynard, 
Mass. 

t  Deceased. 


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California  No.  25  Massachusetts  No.  959  General  No.  2658 

MISS    ELIZABETH    LOENZA    KNIGHT 
Santa  Barbara,  California 

Richard  Warren,   died   Plymouth,   Mass.,    1628;   married   before 

l6ll,  to  Elizabeth  ,  born  about  1583,  died  Plymouth, 

2  October,   1673. 

Abigail  Warren,  died  after  3  January,  1692-3;  married  Ply- 
mouth, 8  November,  1639^  to  Anthony  Snow,  died  Marshfield, 
Mass.,  August,  1692. 

Jobiah  Snow,  married  to  Rebecca  Barker. 

Lydia  Snow,  born  Marshfield,  Mass.,  1672,  died  Marshfield,  8 
April,  1716;  married  Marshfield,  1692,  to  Nathaniel  Winslow, 
born  Marshfield,  29  July,  1667,  died  Marshfield,  13  March,  1736. 

Oliver  Winslow,  born  Marshfield,  24  November,  1702,  died  Scitu- 
ate,  Mass.,  4  February,  1759;  married  Scituate,  10  December, 
1733,  to  Agatha  Bryant,  born  Scituate,  6  July,  1712,  died 
Scituate,  23  February,  1745. 

Nathaniel  Winslow,  born  South  Scituate,  Mass.,  6  October,  1741, 
died  South  Scituate,  27  August,  1808;  married  Pembroke,  Mass., 

21  November,  1765,  to  Sarah  Hatch,  born  Pembroke,  9  June, 
1747,  died  South  Scituate,  12  April,  1826. 

Lydia  Winslow,  born  South  Scituate,  15  October,  1785,  died  Pem- 
broke, 1  August,  1828;  married  South  Scituate,  4  September, 
1809,  to  Dr.  Anthony  Collamore,  born  West  Scituate,  15 
January,  1787,  died  Pembroke,  21   September,  1847- 

Horace  Collamore,  born  Pembroke,  15  January,  1812,  died  Cam- 
bridge, Mass.,   15   December,  1885;  married  Fall  River,  Mass., 

22  May,  1836,  to  Mary  Elizabeth  Chase,  born  Jamaica,  Vt., 
16  January,  1812,  removed  to  California  in  1877  by  rail  to  Los 
Angeles,  and  thence  by  steamer  Senator  (from  Santa  Monica) 
to  Santa  Barbara,  died  Santa  Barbara,  30  June,  1883. 

Elizabeth  Holmes  Collamore,  born  Fall  River,  Mass.,  7  April, 
1837,  removed  to  California  in  1877,  died  Santa  Barbara,  Cali- 
fornia, 6  April,  1898;  married  Woburn,  Mass.,  15  November, 
I860,  to  Francis  H.*  Knight,  born  Lexington,  Mass.,  11  May, 
1831,  removed  from  Lexington  to  Reading,  Mass.,  in  July,  1862, 
and  in  November,  1877,  to  Santa  Barbara,  California,  died  Santa 
Barbara,  23  March,  1901. 

Elizabeth  Loenza  Knight,  born  Lexington,  Mass. 


H.  is  only  an  added  initial. 

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California  No.  25  Massachusetts  No.  959  General  No.  2658 

MISS    ELIZABETH    LOENZA    KNIGHT 
Santa  Barbara,  California 

Edward  Doxy,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  23  August,  1655;  married 
Plymouth,  6  January,  1634,  to  Faith  Clarke,  buried  Marshfield, 
Mass.,  21  December,  1675. 

Marv  Doty  married  Samuel  Hatch,  born  Scituate,  Mass.,  22 
December,  1653,  died  July,  1735. 

Isaac  Hatch,  born  Scituate,  Mass.,  20  December,  1687,  died  Pem- 
broke, Mass.,  November,  1759;  married  Marshfield,  9  August, 
1716,  to  Lydia  Clift,  died  before  7  January,  1724-5. 

Isaac  Hatch,  born  Pembroke,  28  February,  1716-7,  died  Pem- 
broke, 9  December,  1799;  married  to  Sarah  Little,  born  about 
1722. 

Sarah  Hatch,  born  Pembroke,  Mass.,  9  June,  1747,  died  South 
Scituate,  12  April,  1826;  married  Pembroke,  21  November,  1765, 
to  Nathaniel  Winslow,  born  South  Scituate,  6  October,  1741, 
died  South  Scituate,  27  October,  1808. 

Lydia  Winslow,  born  South  Scituate,  15  October,  1785,  died  Pem- 
broke, 1  August,  1828;  married  South  Scituate,  4  September, 
1809,  to  Dr.  Anthony  Collamore,  born  West  Scituate,  15 
January,  1787,  died  Pembroke,  21   September,  1847. 

Horace  Collamore,  born  Pembroke,  15  January,  1812,  died  Cam- 
bridge, Mass.,  15  December,  1885;  married  Fall  River,  Mass., 
22  May,  1836,  to  Mary  Elizabeth  Chase,  born  Jamaica,  Vt., 
16  January,  1812,  removed  to  California  in  1877  by  rail  to  Los 
Angeles,  and  thence  by  steamer  Senator  (from  Santa  Monica) 
to  Santa  Barbara,  died  Santa  Barbara,  30  June,  1883. 

Elizabeth  Holmes  Collamore,  born  Fall  River,  Mass.,  7  April, 
1837,  removed  to  California  in  1877,  died  Santa  Barbara,  Cali- 
fornia, 6  April,  1898;  married  Woburn,  Mass.,  15  November, 
I860,  to  Francis  H.*  Knight,  born  Lexington,  Mass.,  11  INfay, 
1831,  removed  from  Lexington  to  Reading,  Mass.,  in  July,  1862, 
and  in  November,  1877,  to  Santa  Barbara,  California,  died  Santa 
Barbara,  23  March,  1901. 

Elizabeth  Loenza  Knight,  born  Lexington,  Mass. 


*  H.  is  only  an  added  initial. 


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California  No.  26  New  York  No.  831  General  No.  2662 

JUBAL  WESTONt 
St.  John,  California 

John  Alden,  born  about  1599,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  12  Septem- 
ber, 1687;  married  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  1624,  to  Priscilla 
MuLLiNs  (daughter  of  William  and  Alice  Mullins,  passengers 
on  the  Mayflower) ,  died  after  1650. 

John  Alden,  born  about  1625-6,  died  Boston,  Mass.,  14  March, 
1701-2;  married   1    April,   1660  to    (2)   Elizabeth    (Phillips) 

EVERILL. 

John  Alden,  born  Boston,  Mass.,  12  March,  1662-3,  died  Boston, 
1  February,  1729-30;  married  about  1684  to  (1)  Elizabeth 
Phelps,  born  about   1668-9,  died   Boston,   26   November,   1719- 

Nathaniel  Alden,  born  Boston,  6  July,  1700,  died  Boston,  about 
1740;  married  to  Mary  Smith. 

Elizabeth  Alden,  born  Boston,  3  August,  1730,  died  Hopkinton, 
Mass.,  1788;  married  9  February,  1747,  to  Anthony  Jones, 
born  Hopkinton,  8  June,  1723,  died  Hopkinton,  8  April,  1782. 

Elizabeth  Jones,  baptized  Hopkinton,  27  December,  1750  (or 
born  26  January,  1751),  died  Hopkinton,  26  April,  1825;  mar- 
ried Hopkinton,  about  1770,  to  William  Valentine,  born 
Hopkinton,  6  November,   1750,  died  Hopkinton,  6  May,   1825. 

Elizabeth  Valentine,  born  Hopkinton,  30  November,  1771,  died 
Westboro,  Mass.,  10  January,  1795;  married  Westboro,  15  No- 
vember, 1789,  to  Joshua  Mellen,  born  Framingham,  Mass.,  14 
September,  1765,  died  Westboro,  22  February,  1856. 

Clarissa  Mellen,  born  Westboro,  Mass.,  3  January,  1794,  died 
Chicago,  111.,  20  March,  1880;  married  Westboro,  22  May,  1814, 
to  Jubal  Weston,  born  Grafton,  Mass.,  19  February,  1786,  died 
Hopkinton,  Mass.,  27  May,  1868. 

Jubal  Weston,  born  East  Haddam,  Conn.,  13  November,  1824, 
sailed  from  Boston  to  New  Orleans,  thence  l6  January,  1849, 
by  the  bark  Florida  to  Chagres  River,  thence  from  Panama  by 
ship  Philadelphia,  arriving  San  Francisco  30  April,  1849,  died 
St.  John,  California,  9  April,  1910;  married  San  Francisco, 
California,  5  February,  1854,  to  Sarah  Frances  Richardson, 
born  Bangor,  Maine,  22  June,  1833,  removed  to  California  by 
steamer  via  Panama,  arriving  San  Francisco  about  January, 
1854,  died  St.  John,  California,  20  April,  1876. 

t  Deceased. 

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California  No.  27  New  York  No.  832  General  No.  2663 

JOSHUA    FRANCIS    WESTON 
St.  John,  California 

John  Alden,  born  about  1599,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  12  Septem- 
ber, 1687;  married  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  1624',  to  Priscilla 
MuLLiNs  (daughter  of  William  and  Alice  Mullins,  passengers 
on  the  Mayflower),  died  after  1650. 

John  Alden,  born  about  1625-6,  died  Boston,  Mass.,  14  March, 
1701-2;  married   1    April,   1660  to    (2)    Elizabeth    (Phillips) 

EVERILL. 

John  Alden,  born  Boston,  Mass.,  12  March,  1662-3,  died  Boston, 
1  February,  1729-30;  married  about  1684  to  (1)  Elizabeth 
Phelps,  born   about   1668-9,  died   Boston,   26   November,   1719. 

Nathaniel  Alden,  born  Boston,  6  July,  1700,  died  Boston,  about 
1740;  married  to  Mary  Smith. 

Elizabeth  Alden,  born  Boston,  3  August,  1730,  died  Hopkinton, 
Mass.,  1788;  married  9  February,  1747,  to  Anthony  Jones, 
born  Hopkinton,  8  June,  1723,  died  Hopkinton,  8  April,  1782. 

Elizabeth  Jones,  baptized  Hopkinton,  27  December,  1750  (or 
born  26  January,  1751),  died  Hopkinton,  26  April,  1825;  mar- 
ried Hopkinton,  about  1770,  to  William  Valentine,  born 
Hopkinton,  6  November,   1750,  died   Hopkinton,  6  May,   1825. 

Elizabeth  Valentine,  born  Hopkinton,  30  November,  1771,  died 
Westboro,  Mass.,  10  January,  1795;  married  Westboro,  15  No- 
vember, 1789,  to  Joshua  Mellen,  born  Framingham,  Mass.,  14 
September,  1765,  died  Westboro,  22  February,  1856. 

Clarissa  Mellen,  born  Westboro,  Mass.,  3  January,  1794,  died 
Chicago,  111.,  20  March,  1880;  married  Westboro,  22  May,  1814, 
to  Jural  Weston,  born  Grafton,  Mass.,  19  February,  1786,  died 
Hopkinton,  Mass.,  27  May,  1868. 

JuBAL  Weston,  born  East  Haddam,  Conn.,  13  November,  1824, 
sailed  from  Boston  to  New  Orleans,  thence  l6  January,  1849, 
by  the  bark  Florida  to  Chagres  River,  thence  from  Panama  by 
ship  Philadelphia,  arriving  San  Francisco  30  April,  1849,  died 
St.  John,  California,  9  April,  1910;  married  San  Francisco, 
California,  5  February,  1854,  to  Sarah  Frances  Richardson, 
born  Bangor,  Maine,  22  June,  1833,  removed  to  California  by 
steamer  via  Panama,  arriving  San  Francisco  about  January, 
1854,  died  St.  John,  California,  20  April,  1876. 

Joshua  Francis  Weston,  born  St.  John,  California;  married  Susan- 
ville,  California,  20  August,  1908,  to  Nellie  Christian. 

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California  No.  28  Massachusetts  No.  946  General  No.  2624 

CLARA    ELIZABETH  (McGILVERY)  GRIFFIN 

MRS.  WILLARD  MUDGETT  GRIFFIN 

Los  Altos,  California 

William  Bradford,  born  Austerfield,  England,  19  March,  1589, 
died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  9  May,  1657;  married  Plymouth,  Mass., 
14  August,  1623,  to  Alice  (Carpenter)  Southworth,  born 
about  1590,  died  Plymouth,  26  March,  1670. 

Major  William  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  17  June,  1624, 
died  Plymouth,  20  February,  1703-4;  married  (3)  to  Mary 
(Wood)  Holmes. 

Israel  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  about  1677,  died  Kingston, 
Mass.,  26  March,  1760;  married  to  Sarah  Bartlett,  born  about 
1681;  died  Kingston,  3  April,  1761. 

IcHABOD  Bradford,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  22  September,  1713; 
married  Kingston,  25  November,  1743,  to  Mary  Johnson,  died 
Kingston,  13  July,  1761. 

Elizabeth  Bradford,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  10  July,  1747;  mar- 
ried Kingston,  23  December,  1765,  to  Micajah  Drinkwater, 
born  North  Yarmouth,  Maine,  25  January,  1739,  died  North- 
port,  Maine,  July,  1825. 

Mary  Drinkwater,  born  13  May,  1766;  married  to  John  Chase. 

Elizabeth  Chase,  born  Sedgwick,  Maine,  22  November,  1792, 
died  Prospect,  Maine,  30  June,  1853;  married  21  October,  1813, 
to  Robert  McGilvery,  born  Merrimac,  N.  H.,  15  September, 
1776,  died  Prospect,  Maine,  6  May,  1855. 

John  Willard  McGilvery,  born  Prospect,  Maine,  18  October, 
1829,  died  Searsport,  Maine,  29  July,  1904;  married  Belfast, 
Maine,  13  November,  1855,  to  Ann  Leach  Carver,  born  Pros- 
pect, Maine,  26  September,  1831,  died  Los  Altos,  California, 
14  September,  1911. 

Clara  Elizabeth  McGilvery,  born  Portland,  Maine;  married  (1) 
in  Searsport,  Maine,  1  December,  1881,  to  John  Leeds  Craw- 
ford, born  in  Thomaston,  Maine,  9  May,  1847,  lost  at  sea  off 
Puget  Sound,  Washington,  15  December,  1886;  married  (2) 
Searsport,  Maine,  26  October,  1892,  to  Willard  Mudgett 
Griffin,  born  Prospect,  Maine,  18  April,  1841,  died  San  Fran- 
cisco, 9  June,  1913. 


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California  No.  28  Massachusetts  No.  9^6  General  No.  2624 

CLARA    ELIZABETH  (McGILVERY)  GRIFFIN 

MRS.  WILLARD  MUDGETT  GRIFFIN 

Los  Altos,  California 

John  Alden,  born  about  1599,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  12  Septem- 
ber, 1687;  married  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  1624,  to  Priscilla 
MuLLiNs  (daughter  of  William  and  Alice  Mullins,  passengers 
on  the  Mayflower),  died  after  1650. 

Elizabeth  Alden,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  died  Little  Compton, 
R.  I.,  81  May,  1717;  married  Duxbury,  Mass.,  26  December, 
1644,  to  William  Pabodie,  born  about  1620,  died  Little  Comp- 
ton, R.  I.,  13  December,  1707. 

Ruth  Pabodie,  born  27  June,  1658;  married  December,  1676  or 
1678,  to  Benjamin  Bartlett. 

Sarah  Bartlett,  married  27  November,  1701,  to  Israel  Brad- 
ford. 

IcHABOD  Bradford,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  22  September,  1713; 
married  Kingston,  25  November,  1743,  to  Mary  Johnson,  died 
Kingston,  13  July,  1761. 

Elizabeth  Bradford,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  10  July,  1747;  mar- 
ried Kingston,  23  December,  1765,  to  Micajah  Drinkwater, 
born  North  Yarmouth,  Maine,  25  January,  1739,  died  North- 
port,  Maine,  July,  1825. 

Mary  Drinkvpater,  born  13  May,  1766;  married  to  John  Chase. 

Elizabeth  Chase,  born  Sedgwick,  Maine,  22  November,  1792, 
died  Prospect,  Maine,  30  June,  1853;  married  21  October,  1813, 
to  Robert  McGilvery,  born  Merrimac,  N.  H.,  15  September, 
1776,  died  Prospect,  Maine,  6  May,  1855. 

John  Willard  McGilvery,  born  Prospect,  Maine,  18  October, 
1829,  died  Searsport,  Maine,  29  July,  1904;  married  Belfast, 
Maine,  13  November,  1855,  to  Ann  Leach  Carver,  born  Pros- 
pect, Maine,  26  September,  1831,  died  Los  Altos,  California, 
14  September,  1911. 

Clara  Elizabeth  McGilvery,  born  Portland,  Maine;  married  (1) 
in  Searsport,  Maine,  1  December,  1881,  to  John  Leeds  Craw- 
ford, born  in  Thomaston,  Maine,  9  May,  1847,  lost  at  sea  off 
Puget  Sound,  Washington,  15  December,  1886;  married  (2) 
Searsport,  Maine,  26  October,  1892,  to  Willard  Mudgett 
Griffin,  born  Prospect,  Maine,  18  April,  1841,  died  San  Fran- 
cisco, 9  June,  1913. 


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California  No.  28  Massachusetts  No.  946  General  No.  2624 

CLARA    ELIZABETH  (McGILVERY)  GRIFFIN 

MRS.  WILLARD  MUDGETT  GRIFFIN 

Los  Altos,  California 

William  Brewster,  born  Scrooby,  England  (probably),  1656-7, 
died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  10  April,  1644;  married  before  1593  to 
Mary  ,  born   1568-9,  died  Plymouth,   17   April,   1627. 

Love  Brewster,  passenger  on  the  Mayflower,  died  Duxbury,  Mass., 
before  31  January,  1650-1;  married  Plymouth,  15  May,  1634, 
to  Sarah  Collier,  born  about  I6l6,  died  Plymouth,  26  April, 
1691. 

Sarah  Brewster,  married  about  1656  to  Benjamin  Bartlett,  died 
Duxbury,  Mass.,  between  21  and  28  August,  1691- 

Benjamin  Bartlett,  married  December,  1676  or  1678,  to  Ruth 
Pabodie,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  27  June,  1658. 

Sarah  Bartlett,  married  27  November,  1701,  to  Israel  Brad- 
ford. 

Ichabod  Bradford,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  22  September,  1713; 
married  Kingston,  25  November,  1743,  to  Mary  Johnson,  died 
Kingston,  13  July,  1761. 

Elizabeth  Bradford,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  10  July,  1747;  mar- 
ried Kingston,  23  December,  1765,  to  Micajah  Drinkwater, 
born  North  Yarmouth,  Maine,  25  January,  1739,  died  North- 
port,  Maine,  July,  1825. 

Mary  Drinkwater,  born  13  May,  1766;  married  to  John  Chase. 

Elizabeth  Chase,  born  Sedgwick,  Maine,  22  November,  1792, 
died  Prospect,  Maine,  30  June,  1853;  married  21  October,  1813, 
to  Robert  McGilvery,  born  Merrimac,  N.  H.,  15  September, 
1776,  died  Prospect,  Maine,  6  May,  1855. 

John  Willard  McGilvery,  born  Prospect,  Maine,  18  October, 
1829,  died  Searsport,  Maine,  29  July,  1904;  married  Belfast, 
Maine,  13  November,  1855,  to  Ann  Leach  Carver,  born  Pros- 
pect, Maine,  26  September,  1831,  died  Los  Altos,  California, 
14  September,  191I. 

Clara  Elizabeth  McGilvery,  born  Portland,  Maine;  married  (1) 
in  Searsport,  Maine,  1  December,  1881,  to  John  Leeds  Craw- 
ford, born  in  Thomaston,  Maine,  9  May,  1847,  lost  at  sea  off 
Puget  Sound,  Washington,  15  December,  1886;  married  (2) 
Searsport,  Maine,  26  October,  1892,  to  Willard  Mudgett 
Griffin,  born  Prospect,  Maine,  18  April,  1841,  died  San  Fran- 
cisco, 9  June,  1913. 

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California  No.  28  Massachusetts  No.  9^6  General  No.  2624 

CLARA    ELIZABETH  (McGILVERY)  GRIFFIN 

MRS.  WILLARD  MUDGETT  GRIFFIN 

Los  Altos,  California 

James  Chilton,  died  on  the  Mayflower  in  Cape  Cod  Harbor,  8 

December,  1620;  married ,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  after 

1  January,  1620-1. 

Mary  Chilton,  died  Boston,  Mass.,  before  May,  1679;  married 
Plymouth,  between  July,  1623,  and  22  May,  1627,  to  John 
WiNSLow,  baptized  Droitwich,  England,  18  April,  1597,  died 
Boston,  Mass.,  between  12  March  and  21  May,  1674. 

Susanna  Winslow,  born  Plymouth,  1628,  died  East  Bridgewater, 
before  1683;  married  Plymouth,  1649,  to  Robert  Latham,  died 
Marshfield. 

James  Latham  married  Deliverance  Alger. 

Thomas  Latham  married  to  Deborah  Harden. 

Janet  Latham,  born  1715;  married  1732  to  Joseph  Drinkwater, 
died  18  April,  1784. 

Micajah  Drinkwater,  born  North  Yarmouth,  Maine,  25  January, 
1739,  died  Northport,  Maine,  July,  1825;  married  Kingston, 
Mass.,  23  December,  1765,  to  Elizabeth  Bradford,  born  Kings- 
ton, Mass.,  10  July,  1747. 

Mary  Drinkwater,  born  13  May,  1766;  married  to  John  Chase. 

Elizabeth  Chase,  born  Sedgwick,  Maine,  22  November,  1792, 
died  Prospect,  Maine,  30  June,  1853;  married  21  October,  1813, 
to  Robert  McGilvery,  born  Merrimac,  N.  H.,  15  September, 
1776,  died  Prospect,  Maine,  6  May,  1855. 

John  Willard  McGilvery,  born  Prospect,  Maine,  18  October, 
1829,  died  Searsport,  Maine,  29  July,  1904;  married  Belfast, 
Maine,  13  November,  1855,  to  Ann  Leach  Carver,  born  Pros- 
pect, Maine,  26  September,  1831,  died  Los  Altos,  California, 
14  September,  1911- 

Clara  Elizabeth  McGilvery,  born  Portland,  Maine;  married  (1) 
in  Searsport,  Maine,  1  December,  1881,  to  John  Leeds  Craw- 
ford, born  in  Thomaston,  Maine,  9  May,  1847,  lost  at  sea  oiF 
Puget  Sound,  Washington,  15  December,  1886;  married  (2) 
Searsport,  Maine,  26  October,  1892,  to  Willard  Mudgett 
Griffin,  born  Prospect,  Maine,  18  April,  1841,  died  San  Fran- 
cisco, 9  June,  1913. 


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California  No.  28  Massachusetts  No.  9^6  General  No.  2624 

CLARA    ELIZABETH  (McGILVERY)  GRIFFIN 

MRS.  WILLARD  MUDGETT  GRIFFIN 

Los  Altos,  California 

George  Soule,  died  Duxbury,  before  22  January,  1679;  married 
Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  1627  to  Mary  ,  died  Dux- 
bury,  December,   1676. 

Patience  Soule,  died  Middleborough,  Mass.,  11  March,  1705-6; 
married  Middleborough,  January,  1666,  to  John  Haskell,  born 
about  1639,  died  Middleborough,   15  May,  1706. 

Elizabeth  Haskell,  born  Middleborough,  Mass.,  2  July,  1672; 
married  to   Thomas   Drinkwater,  died  before  25   June,   1715. 

Joseph  Drinkwater,  died  18  April,  1784;  married  1732  to  Janet 
Latham,  died  15  November,  179^- 

MicAJAH  Drinkwater,  born  North  Yarmouth,  Maine,  25  January, 
1739,  died  Northport,  Maine,  July,  1825;  married  Kingston, 
Mass.,  23  December,  1765,  to  Elizabeth  Bradford,  born  Kings- 
ton, Mass.,  10  July,  1747. 

Mary  Drinkwater,  born  13  May,  1766;  married  to  John  Chase. 

Elizabeth  Chase,  born  Sedgwick,  Maine,  22  November,  1792, 
died  Prospect,  Maine,  30  June,  1853;  married  21  October,  1813, 
to  Robert  McGilvery,  born  Merrimac,  N.  H.,  15  September, 
1776,  died  Prospect,  Maine,  6  May,  1855. 

John  Willard  McGilvery,  born  Prospect,  Maine,  18  October, 
1829,  died  Searsport,  Maine,  29  July,  1904;  married  Belfast, 
Maine,  13  November,  1855,  to  Ann  Leach  Carver,  born  Pros- 
pect, Maine,  26  September,  1831,  died  Los  Altos,  California, 
14  September,  1911. 

Clara  Elizabeth  McGilvery,  born  Portland,  Maine;  married  (1) 
in  Searsport,  Maine,  1  December,  1881,  to  John  Leeds  Craw- 
ford, born  in  Thomaston,  Maine,  9  May,  1847,  lost  at  sea  off 
Puget  Sound,  Washington,  15  December,  1886;  married  (2) 
Searsport,  Maine,  26  October,  1892,  to  Willard  Mudgett 
Griffin,  born  Prospect,  Maine,  18  April,  1841,  died  San  Fran- 
cisco, 9  June,  1913. 


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California  No.  28  Massachusetts  No.  946  General  No.  2624 

CLARA    ELIZABETH  (McGILVERY)  GRIFFIN 

MRS.  WILLARD  MUDGETT  GRIFFIN 

Los  Altos,  California 

Richard  Warren,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  1628;  married  before 
l6ll  to  Elizabeth  ,  died  Plymouth,  2  October,  1673. 

Mary  Warren,  born  in  England,  before  I6l2,  died  Plymouth, 
Mass.,  27  March,  1683;  married  to  Robert  Bartlett,  died 
Plymouth,  Mass.,  between  19  September  and  29  October,  1676. 

Benjamin  Bartlett,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  August,  1691 ;  mar- 
ried Sarah  Brewster. 

Benjamin  Bartlett,  married  December,  1676  or  1678,  to  Ruth 
Pabodie,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  27  June,  1658. 

Sarah  Bartlett,  married  27  November,  1701,  to  Israel  Brad- 
ford. 

Ichabod  Bradford,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  22  September,  1713; 
married  Kingston,  25  November,  1743,  to  Mary  Johnson,  died 
Kingston,  13  July,  I76l. 

Elizabeth  Bradford,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  10  July,  1747;  mar- 
ried Kingston,  23  December,  1765,  to  Micajah  Drink  water, 
born  North  Yarmouth,  Maine,  25  January,  1739,  died  North- 
port,  Maine,  July,  1825. 

Mary  Drinkwater,  born  13  May,  1766;  married  to  John  Chase. 

Elizabeth  Chase,  born  Sedgwick,  Maine,  22  November,  1792, 
died  Prospect,  Maine,  30  June,  1853;  married  21  October,  1813, 
to  Robert  McGilvery,  born  Merrimac,  N.  H.,  15  September, 
1776,  died  Prospect,  Maine,  6  May,  1855. 

John  Willard  McGilvery,  born  Prospect,  Maine,  18  October, 
1829,  died  Searsport,  Maine,  29  July,  1904;  married  Belfast, 
Maine,  13  November,  1855,  to  Ann  Leach  Carver,  born  Pros- 
pect, Maine,  26  September,  1831,  died  Los  Altos,  California, 
14  September,  1911. 

Clara  Elizabeth  McGilvery,  born  Portland,  Maine;  married  (1) 
in  Searsport,  Maine,  1  December,  1881,  to  John  Leeds  Craw- 
ford, born  in  Thomaston,  Maine,  9  May,  1847,  lost  at  sea  off 
Puget  Sound,  Washington,  15  December,  1886;  married  (2) 
Searsport,  Maine,  26  October,  1892,  to  Willard  Mudgett 
Griffin,  born  Prospect,  Maine,  18  April,  1841,  died  San  Fran- 
cisco, 9  June,  1913. 


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California  No.  29  Massachusetts  No.  919  General  No.  2536 

HENRY    NATHANIEL    GRAY 
San  Francisco,  California 

John  Alden,  born  about  1599:,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  12  Septem- 
ber, 1687;  married  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  1624,  to  Priscilla 
MuLLiNs  (daughter  of  William  and  Alice  Mullins,  all  pas- 
sengers on  the  Mayflower),  died  after  1650. 

Sarah  Alden,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  before 
1686;  married  to  Alexander  Standish  (son  of  Myles  Standish, 
passenger  on  the  Mayflower),  born  about  1626,  died  Duxbury, 
Mass.,  6  July,  1702. 

Ebenezer  Standish,  born  Duxbury,  1672,  died  Duxbury,  1734; 
married  Duxbury,  1697,  to  Hannah  Sturtevant,  born  Ply- 
mouth. 

Hannah  Standish,  born  Pljonpton,  Mass.,  6  March,  1703-4;  mar- 
ried Plympton,  4  January,  1721,  to  Seth  Staples. 

Sarah  Staples,  died  before  5  November,  1778;  married  to  Daniel 
Wilde,  born  Braintree,  Mass.,  12  October,  1718. 

Sarah  Wilde,  married  to  Amos  Martin,  born  Rehoboth,  Mass., 
15  September,  1754,  died  Attleboro,  Mass.,  14  February,  1850. 

Sally  Martin,  born  Norton,  Mass.,  26  August,  1781,  died  New 
Salem,  Mass.,  19  October,  1864;  married  Norton,  Mass.,  1801, 
to  Nathaniel  Freeman,  born  Norton,  Mass.,  10  July,  1781, 
died  New  Salem,  22  January,  1871. 

Daniel  Sanford  Freeman,  born  Norton,  Mass.,  1  March,  1805, 
died  New  Salem,  18  April,  1887;  married  Hadley,  Mass.,  5 
May,  1831,  to  Achsah  Bridgman  Kimball,  born  Hadley,  Mass., 
28  October,  1808,  died  New  Salem,  Mass.,  24  March,  1851. 

Maria  Freeman,  born  New  Salem,  Mass.,  15  February,  1832, 
preceptress  women's  department.  Fort  Wayne  Seminary,  in  1853, 
removed  to  San  Francisco  by  rail  in  1887,  died  San  Fran- 
cisco, California,  16  March,  1915;  married  Fort  Wayne,  Ind., 
5  May,  1855,  to  John  Henry  Gray,  born  Prince  George  County, 
Maryland,  16  October,  1831,  afterward  Judge  of  the  Fifth 
Judicial  District  of  Iowa;  died  Des  Moines,  Iowa,  14  October, 
1865. 

Henry  Nathaniel  Gray,  born  Des  Moines,  Iowa;  married  Den- 
ver, Colo,,  17  January,  1898,  to  Persis  (Babcock)  Wilson,  born 
Monmouth,  111. 

Note. — For  an  interesting  deed  by  Bethiah  Freeman,  see  Appendix,  page 
181. 

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California  No.  30      District  of  Columbia  No.  167      General  No.  2239 

MISS    SARAH    LOUISE    KIMBALL 
Palo  Alto,  California 

Stephen  Hopkins,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  between  6  June  and  17 
July,  1644. 

Gyles  Hopkins,  died  Eastham,  Mass.,  before  16  April,  1690; 
married  9  October,  1639,  to  Catherine  Wheldon,  died  after  5 
March,  1688-9. 

Stephen  Hopkins,  born  Eastham,  Mass.,  September,  1642,  died 
Harwich,  Mass.,  10  October,  1718-9;  married  Eastham,  23  May, 
1667,  to  Mary  Merrick,  born  Eastham,  6  November,  1650. 

Samuel  Hopkins,  born  Eastham,  Mass.,  March,  1682,  died  Brew- 
ster, Mass.,  about  1742;  married  to  Lydia  . 

Reliance  Hopkins,  born  Harwich,  Mass.,  17  November,  1709, 
died  Southeast,  Putnam  County,  New  York,  25  February,  1788; 
married  Harwich,  19  June,  1735,  to  Lieut.  David  Crosby,  born 
Harwich,  13  April,  1709,  died  Southeast,  N.  Y.,  20  October, 
1793. 

David  Crosby,  born  Harwich,  Mass.,  1737,  died  Southeast,  N.  Y., 
16  November,  1816;  married  Southeast,  N.  Y.,  to  Bethiah 
Paddock,  born  Yarmouth,  Mass.,  17  April,  1737,  died  Southeast, 
N.  Y.,  2  July,  1776. 

Deborah  Crosby,  born  Southeast,  N.  Y.,  12  September,  1767,  died 
Fenner,  Madison  County,  N.  Y.,  1853;  married  Southeast,  N.  Y., 
to  Dr.  Hezekiah  Hyatt,  born  Norwalk,  Conn.,  or  New  Salem, 
N.  Y.,  11  January,  1762,  died  Fenner,  N.  Y.,  April,  1841. 

Marie  Louise  Hyatt,  born  Fenner,  N.  Y.,  9  March,  1814,  died 
Racine,  Wis.,  1  June,  1870;  married  Fenner,  N.  Y.,  9  Septem- 
ber, 1835,  to  CoL.  Simeon  DeWitt  Clough,  born  Nelson,  N.  Y., 
13  August,  1814,  died  Racine,  Wis.,  9  February,  1884. 

Mary  Anne  Clough,  born  Mexico,  Orange  County,  N.  Y.,  8 
January,  1841,  removed  to  Oakland,  California,  by  rail,  arrived 
April,  1875,  died  Palo  Alto,  20  May,  1913;  married  Racine, 
Wis.,  27  August,  1863,  to  Lieut.  Charles  Bradbury  Kimball, 
born  Howland,  Penobscot  County,  Maine,  31  March,  1831,  died 
Oakland,  California,  3  July,  1896. 

Sarah  Louise  Kimball,  born  La  Crosse,  Wis. 


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California  No.  31       District  of  Columbia  No.  71       General  No.  1505 

MISS  FRANCES  SOULE  CAMPBELL* 
New  York  City 

George  Soule^  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  before  23  January,  1679-80; 

married  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  1627  to  Mary  ,  died 

Duxbury,  Mass.,  December,  1676. 

John  Soule,  born  about  1632,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  14  Novem- 
ber, 1707;  married  Rebecca  Simmons, 

Moses  Soule,  born  Duxbury,  1632;  married  about  1701  to  Mercy 
SouTHwoRTH,  born  Duxbury,  died  Duxbury. 

Barnabas  Soule,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  1705,  died  North  Yar- 
mouth, Maine,  8  April,  1780;  married  1737  to  Jane  Bradbury, 
born  about  1718. 

Barnabas  Soule,  born  Freeport,  Maine,  25  March,  1758,  died 
Freeport,  Maine,  25  January,  1823;  married  17  May,  1781,  to 
Jane  Dennison,  born  1760,  died  5  March,  1825. 

Esther  Soule,  born  Freeport,  Maine,  12  February,  1785,  died 
Mobile,  Ala.,  1862;  married  Freeport,  Maine,  4  August,  1805, 
to  Clement  Jordan,  born  Richmond  Island,  Maine,  1781,  died 
Tuscaloosa,  Ala.,  1840. 

Joanna  Dennison  Jordan,  born  Sparta,  Tenn.,  17  April,  1829; 
married  Mobile,  Ala.,  24  May,  1859,  to  Colin  James  Campbell, 
born  Isla,  Argyleshire,  Scotland,  18  March,  1818,  died  Salatpa, 
Ala.,  2  June,  1889- 

Frances  Soule  Campbell,  born  Mobile,  Ala. 


*  Membership  terminated  under  Art.  2,  Section  4,  of  the  Constitution. 


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California  No.  32  Connecticut  No.  145  General  No.  842 

FREDERICK    ELDRIDGE    MASON 
Alameda,  California 

William  Brewster,  born  (probably)  Scrooby,  England,  1566-7, 
died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  10  April,  1644;  married  before  1593  to 
Mary  ,  born  1568-9,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  17  April, 

1627. 

Jonathan  Brewster,  born  Scrooby,  England,  12  August,  1593, 
died  New  London,  Conn.,  7  August,  1659;  married  Plymouth, 
Mass.,  to  LucRETiA  Oldham,  died  New  London,  Conn.,  4  March, 
1678-9. 

Hannah  Brewster,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  3  November,  1641,  died 
after  25  November,  1691;  married  New  London,  Conn.,  23 
December,  1664,  to  Samuel  Starr,  born  before  1640,  died  before 
22  February,  1687-8. 

Jonathan  Starr,  born  New  London,  Conn.,  23  February,  1673-4, 
died  Groton,  Conn.,  26  August,  1747;  married  New  London, 
12  January,  1698-9,  to  Elizabeth  Morgan,  born  New  London, 
9  September,  1678,  died  Norwich,  Conn.,  8  September,  1763. 

Mary  Starr,  born  Groton,  Conn.,  30  August,  1722,  died  Groton, 

19   May,    1779;   married  Groton,   23   April,    1741,   to   Charles 

Eldridge,  born  Groton,  17   November,   1720,  died  Groton,  21 
August,  1795. 

Catherine  (Eldridge)  Geer,  born  7  November,  1754;  married 
21  March,  1779,  to  Daniel  Billings,  born  Stonington,  Conn., 
about  1749,  died  Lanesborough,  Mass.,  3  February,  1801. 

Frances  Eldridge  Billings,  born  Pomfret,  Conn.,  6  October, 
1786-7,  died  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  23  November,  1853;  married 
Trenton,  N.  Y.,  6  May,  1812,  to  Frederick  Mason,  born 
Groton,  Conn.,  5  March,  1787,  died  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  24  Oc- 
tober, 1860. 

Frederick  Mason,  born  Norway,  N.  Y.,  21  October,  1817,  died 
San  Francisco,  California,  19  September,  1881;  married  New 
York  City,  8  December,  1842,  to  Clotilda  Smith,  born  New 
York,  4  August,  1823,  died  New  York,  7  February,  1850. 

Frederick  Eldridge  Mason,  born  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. ;  married 
Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  13  January,  1875,  to  Emilie  Meta  Duckwitz, 
born  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 


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California  No.  33  Massachusetts  No.  1012  General  No.  2825 

MILES    STANDISH 
Berkeley,  California 

MvLES  Standish,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  3  October,  1656;  married 
Plymouth,  Mass.,  between  July,  1623,  and  14  March,  1624,  to 
(2)  Barbara ,  died  after  6  October,  1659- 

JosiAH  Standish,  born  Duxbury,  about  1634,  died  Preston,  Conn., 
19  March,  1690;  married . 

Samuel  Standish,  born  after  1680,  died  after  1745;  married  5 
June,  1710,  to  Deborah  Gates,  died  before  1745. 

Thomas  Standish,  born  12  May,  1724,  died  after  1780;  married 
to  Sarah  ( )  Williams. 

Lemuel  Standish,  died  Naperville,  111. ;  married  Benson,  Vt., 
before  1789,  to  Ruth  Meachem,  died  Naperville,  111. 

Henry  Johnson  Standish,  born  Benson,  Vt.,  12  April,  1789,  died 
Hastings,  Mich.,  19  September,  1878;  married  April,  1812,  to 
Abigail  Parkhill,  died  Cook  County,  Illinois. 

John  Henry  Standish,  born  Benson,  Vt.,  10  February,  1816, 
died  Newaygo,  Mich.,  28  April,  1893;  married  (1)  27  January, 
1839,  to  Hester  A.  Courter,  died  1855;  married  (2)  Glens 
Falls,  N.  Y.,  19  February,  1857,  to  Emeline  Day,  born  Glens 
Falls,  N.  Y.,  6  April,  1830. 

Miles  Standish,  born  Newaygo,  Mich.;  married  White  Cloud, 
Mich.,  17  September,  1885,  to  Sophie  C.  Roedel. 


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California  No.  34-  General  No.  2945 

GEORGE   MARION    MITCHELL 
San  Francisco,  California 

John  Rowland,  born  about  1593,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  23  Feb- 
ruar}',  1672-3;  married  Plymouth,  before  1624,  to  Elizabeth 
TiLLEY  (daughter  John  and  Elizabeth  Tilley,  passengers  on 
the  Mayflower),  born  about  1607,  died  Swansea,  Mass.,  21 
December,  1687. 

Desire  Rowland,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  22  May,  1627, 
died  Barnstable,  Mass.,  13  October,  1683;  married,  about  1643, 
to  John  Gorham,  born  about  1621,  buried  Swansea,  Mass.,  5 
February,  1675. 

John  Gorham,  born  Marshfield,  Mass.,  20  February,  1651-2,  died 
11  November,  1710;  married  Barnstable,  Mass.,  24  February, 
1674-5,  to  Mary  Otis,  born  Hingham,  Mass.,  14  March,  1652-3, 
died  Barnstable,  4th,  1st  mo.,  1732. 

Stephen  Gorham,  born  Barnstable,  Mass.,  23  June,  1683,  died 
about  1743;  married  Nantucket,  Mass.,  25  December,  1703,  to 
Elizabeth  Gardner,  died  22  July,  1763. 

Sarah  Gorham,  born  6th,  8th  mo.,  1711,  died  18th,  7th  mo.,  1748; 
married  Nantucket,  Mass.,  18th,  2nd  mo.,  1734,  to  Daniel 
Hussey,  died  1st,  8th  mo.,  1750. 

Rachel  Hussey,  born  Nantucket,  13th,  9th  mo.,  1741,  died  Nan- 
tucket, 3d,  4th  mo.,  1803;  married  Nantucket,  6th,  12th  mo., 
1759,  to  Jethro  Mitchell,  born  Nantucket,  18th,  5th  mo.,  1739, 
died  Nantucket,  4th,  5th  mo.,  1817  or  1819. 

Obed  Mitchell,  born  Nantucket,  Mass.,  20th,  3d  mo.,  1763,  died 
Nantucket,  1st,  7th  mo.,  1821;  married  Nantucket,  28th,  10th 
mo.,  1784,  to  Lydia  Gardner,  died  Nantucket,  23d,  11th  mo., 
1820. 

James  Mitchell,  born  Nantucket,  Mass.,  20th,  11th  mo.,  1798, 
died  Nantucket;  married  Nantucket,  2nd,  11th  mo.,  1820,  to 
Lydia   Green   Clasby,  died   San   Francisco,    12   October,    1886. 

John  Clasby  Mitchell,  born  Nantucket,  Mass.,  2nd,  8th  mo., 
1821,  died  San  Francisco,  9  December,  1900;  married  Boston, 
Mass.,  20  May,  1845,  to  Elizabeth  Almy  Brayton,  born  18 
October,  1824,  died  San  Francisco,  California,  8  December,  1889- 

George  Marion  Mitchell,  born  San  Francisco,  California;  mar- 
ried San  Francisco,  27  May,  1885,  to  Eleanor  Cynthia 
Porter,  born  25  May,  1865,  died  San  Francisco,  20  September, 
1902. 

Note. — For  the  marriage  certificates  of  Rachel*  Hussey,  Obed'  Mitchell, 
and  James*  Mitchell,  see  Appendix,  pages  182-87. 

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California  No.  35  General  No.  29*6 

JOHN    DANIEL    MERSEREAU  f 
Pasadena,  California 

William  Bradford,  baptized  Austerfield,  England,  19  March, 
1589,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  9  May,  1657;  married  Plymouth, 
14  August,  1623,  to  Alice  (Carpenter)  Southworth,  born 
about  1590,  died  Plymouth,  26  March,  1670. 

William  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  17  June,  1624,  died 
Plymouth,  20  February,  1703-4;  married  about  1650,  to  Alice 
Richards,  born  about  l627,  died  Plymouth,  12  December,  1671. 

Thomas  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  about  1657,  died  after  12 
October,  1713;  married  about  1680  to  Anne  Smith. 

James  Bradford,  born  Norwich,  Conn.,  about  1689,  died  Canter- 
bury, Conn.,  26  March,  1762;  married  about  1712,  to  Edith 
,  died  before  7  December,  1724. 

Thomas  Bradford,  born  Canterbury,  Conn.,  14  November,  1712, 
died  before  26  January,  1782;  married  Canterbury,  Conn.,  2 
May,  1733,  to  Eunice  Adams,  born  Canterbury,  25  July,  1713, 
died  after  26  January,  1782. 

Samuel  Bradford,  born  Canterbury,  Conn.,  27  July,  1748;  mar- 
ried Canterbury,  19  January,  1778,  to  Lydia  Dean. 

Annice  Bradford,  born  Canterbury,  Conn.,  22  November,  1780, 
died  Rome,  N.  Y.,  2  October,  1739;  married  Canterbury,  1802, 
to  Daniel  Butts,  born  Canterbury,  12  March,  1782,  died  Rome, 
N.  Y.,  3  September,  1859. 

Esther  Caroline  Butts,  born  Rome,  N.  Y.,  24  January,  1824, 
died  Portville,  N.  Y.,  17  April,  1855;  married  Rome,  N.  Y.,  30 
August,  1848,  to  Samuel  John  Mills  Mersereau,  born  Guil- 
ford, N.  Y.,  6  October,  1823,  died  Portville,  N.  Y.,  7  October, 
1857. 

John  Daniel  Mersereau,  born  Portville,  N.  Y.,  20  June,  1854, 
died  Pasadena,  California,  29  June,  1915;  married  Ann  Arbor, 
Mich.,  20  June,  1883,  to  Nellie  May  Colman,  born  St.  Louis, 
Missouri. 

t  Deceased. 


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California  No,  35  General  No.  2946 

JOHN  DANIEL  MERSEREAUt 
Pasadena,  California 

John  Alden,  born  about  1599,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  12  Septem- 
ber, 1687;  married  Plymouth,  before  1624,  to  Priscilla  Mullins 
(daughter  of  William  and  Alice  Mullins,  passengers  on  the 
Mayflower),  died  after  1650. 

Elizabeth  Alden,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  died  Little  Compton, 
R.  I.,  31  May,  1717;  married  Duxbury,  Mass.,  26  December, 
1644,  to  William  Pabodie,  born  about  1620,  died  Little  Comp- 
ton, R.  I.,  13  December,  1707. 

Lydia  Pabodie,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  3  April,  1667,  died  Killing- 
worth,  Conn.,  13  July,  1748;  married,  about  1683,  to  Daniel 
Grinnell,  born  Little  Compton,  R.  I.,  about  1668,  died  Say- 
brook,  Conn.,  9  January,  1740-1. 

Priscilla  Grinnell,  born  about  1689,  died  Killingworth,  Conn., 
12  January,  1770;  married  Killingworth,  29  December,  1706,  to 
Theophilus  Redfield,  born  Saybrook,  Conn.,  about  1682,  died 
Killingworth,  14  February,  1759- 

Theophilus  Redfield,  born  Killingworth,  Conn.,  6  September, 
1718,  died  Killingworth,  30  January,  1770;  married  Killing- 
worth,  4  September,  1740,  to  Mary  Buell,  died  Killingworth, 
22  August,  1749. 

Levi  Redfield,  born  Killingworth,  Conn.,  17  August,  1745,  died 
Bainbridge,  N.  Y.,  15  September,  1838;  married  Killingworth, 
3  July,  1765,  to  Sybil  Willcocks,  born  Killingworth,  26  March, 
1746,  died  Killingworth,  3  July,  1827. 

Jared  Redfield,  born  Killingworth,  Conn.,  12  February,  1766, 
died  1  May,  1814;  married,  about  1789,  to  Sybil  Smith,  born 
17  January,  1769,  died  22  February,  1844. 

Julia  Redfield,  born  Bainbridge,  N.  Y.,  11  November,  1801,  died 
Portville,  N.  Y.,  9  April,  1855;  married  Bainbridge,  N.  Y., 
November,  1822,  to  John  Garrison  Mersereau,  born  Guilford, 
N.  Y.,  18  September,  1799,  died  Portville,  N.  Y.,  10  August, 
1883. 

Samuel  John  Mills  Mersereau,  born  Guilford,  N.  Y.,  6  October, 
1823,  died  Portville,  N.  Y.,  7  October,  1857;  married  Rome, 
N.  Y.,  30  August,  1848,  to  Esther  Caroline  Butts,  born  Rome, 
N.  Y.,  24  January,  1824,  died  Portville,  N.  Y.,  17  April,  1855. 

John  Daniel  Mersereau,  born  Portville,  N.  Y.,  20  June,  1854, 
died  Pasadena,  California,  29  June,  1915;  married  Ann  Arbor, 
Mich.,  20  June,  1883,  to  Nellie  May  Colman,  born  St.  Louis, 
Missouri. 

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Reprinted,  by  permission,  from 
'  The  Mayflower  Descendant  ",  V'ol.  XVII,  p.  129. 


California  No.  36  General  No.  2947 

IRENE  (MERSEREAU)  POINDEXTER 

MRS.  ROBERT  WADE  POINDEXTER,  Jr. 

Sheridan,  Wyoming 

William  Bradford,  baptized  Austerfield,  England,  19  March,  1589, 
died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  9  May,  1657;  married  Plymouth,  14  Aug- 
ust, 1623,  to  Alice  (Carpenter)  Southworth,  born  about  1590, 
died  Plymouth,  26  March,  1670. 

William  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  17  June,  1624,  died 
Plymouth,  20  Feb.,  1703-4;  married  about  1650,  to  Alice  Richards, 
born  about  1627,  died  Plymouth,  12  Dec,  1671. 

Thomas  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  about  1657,  died  after  12 
October,  1713;  married  about  1680  to  Anne  Smith. 

James  Bradford,  born  Norwich,  Conn.,  about  1689,  died  Canter- 
bury, Conn.,  26  March,  1762;  married  about  1712,  to  Edith 
,  died  before  7  December,  1724. 

Thomas  Bradford,  born  Canterbury,  Conn.,  14  November,  1712, 
died  before  26  January,  1782;  married  Canterbury,  Conn,,  2 
May,  1733,  to  Eunice  Adams,  born  Canterbury,  25  July,  1713, 
died  after  26  January,  1782. 

Samuel  Bradford,  born  Canterbury,  Conn.,  27  July,  1748;  mar- 
ried Canterbury,  19  January,  1778,  to  Lydia  Dean. 

Annice  Bradford,  born  Canterbury,  Conn.,  22  November,  1780, 
died  Rome,  N.  Y.,  2  October,  1739;  married  Canterbury,  1802, 
to  Daniel  Butts,  born  Canterbury,  12  March,  1782,  died  Rome, 
N.  Y.,  3  September,  1859- 

Esther  Caroline  Butts,  born  Rome,  N.  Y.,  24  January,  1824, 
died  Portville,  N.  Y.,  17  April,  1855;  married  Rome,  N.  Y.,  30 
August,  1848,  to  Samuel  John  Mills  Mersereau,  born  Guil- 
ford, N.  Y.,  6  October,  1823,  died  Portville,  N.  Y.,  7  October, 
1857. 

John  Daniel  Mersereau,  born  Portville,  N.  Y,,  20  June,  1854, 
died  Pasadena,  California,  29  June,  1915;  married  Ann  Arbor, 
Mich.,  20  June,  1883,  to  Nellie  May  Colman,  born  St.  Louis, 
Missouri. 

Irene  Mersereau,  born  Manistigue,  Mich. ;  married  Pasadena, 
California,  5  February,  1916,  to  Robert  Wade  Poindexter,  Jr. 


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California  No.  36  General  No.  29*7 

IRENE  (MERSEREAU)  POINDEXTER 

MRS.  ROBERT  WADE  POINDEXTER,  Jr. 

Sheridan,  Wyoming 

John  Alden,  born  about  1599,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  12  Septem- 
ber, 1687;  married  Plymouth,  before  1624,  to  Priscilla  Mullins 
(daughter  of  William  and  Alice  Mullins,  passengers  on  the 
Mayflower^,  died  after  1650. 

Elizabeth  Alden,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  died  Little  Compton, 
R.  I.,  31  May,  1717;  married  Duxbury,  Mass.,  26  December, 
1644,  to  William  Pabodie,  born  about  1620,  died  Little  Comp- 
ton, R.  I.,  13  December,  1707. 

Lydia  Pabodie,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  3  April,  1667,  died  Killing- 
worth,  Conn.,  13  July,  1748;  married,  about  1683,  to  Daniel 
Grinnell,  born  Little  Compton,  R,  I.,  about  1668,  died  Say- 
brook,  Conn.,  9  January,  1740-1. 

Priscilla  Grinnell,  born  about  1689,  died  Killingworth,  Conn., 
12  January,  1770;  married  Killingworth,  29  December,  1706,  to 
Theophilus  Redfield,  born  Saybrook,  Conn.,  about  1682,  died 
Killingworth,  14  February,  1759- 

Theophilus  Redfield,  born  Killingworth,  Conn.,  6  September, 
1718,  died  Killingworth,  30  January,  1770;  married  Killing- 
worth,  4  September,  1740,  to  Mary  Buell,  died  Killingworth, 
22  August,  1749. 

Levi  Redfield,  born  Killingworth,  Conn.,  17  August,  1745,  died 
Bainbridge,  N.  Y.,  15  September,  1838;  married  Killingworth, 
3  July,  1765,  to  Sybil  Willcocks,  born  Killingworth,  26  March, 
1746,  died  Killingworth,  3  July,  1827. 

Jared  Redfield,  born  Killingworth,  Conn.,  12  February,  1766, 
died  1  May,  1814;  married,  about  1789,  to  Sybil  Smith,  bom 
17  January,  1769,  died  22  February,  1844. 

Julia  Redfield,  born  Bainbridge,  N.  Y.,  11  November,  1801,  died 
Portville,  N.  Y.,  9  April,  1855;  married  Bainbridge,  N.  Y., 
November,  1822,  to  John  Garrison  Mersereau,  born  Guilford, 
N.  Y.,  18  September,  1799,  died  Portville,  N.  Y.,  10  August, 
1883. 

Samuel  John  Mills  Mersereau,  born  Guilford,  N.  Y.,  6  October, 
1823,  died  Portville,  N.  Y.,  7  October,  1857;  married  Rome, 
N.  Y.,  30  August,  1848,  to  Esther  Caroline  Butts,  born  Rome, 
N.  Y.,  24  January,  1824,  died  Portville,  N.  Y.,  17  April,  1855. 

John  Daniel  Mersereau,  born  Portville,  N.  Y.,  20  June,  1854, 
died  Pasadena,  California,  29  June,  1915;  married  Ann  Arbor, 
Mich.,  20  June,  1883,  to  Nellie  May  Colman,  born  St.  Louis, 
Missouri. 

Irene  Mersereau,  born  Manistigue,  Mich. ;  married  Pasadena, 
California,  5  February,  1916,  to  Robert  Wade  Poindexter,  Jr. 

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California  No.  S7  General  No.  29*8 

WALTER    EMERSON    DENNISON 
Alameda,  California 

JoHX  Alden,  born  about  1599,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  12  Septem- 
ber, 1687;  married  Plymouth,  before  1624,  to  Priscilla  Mullins 
(daughter  of  William  and  Alice  Mullins,  passengers  on  the 
Mayflower),  died  after  1650. 

Elizabeth  Alden,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  died  Little  Compton, 
R.  L,  SI  May,  1717;  married  Duxbury,  Mass.,  26  December, 
1644,  to  William  Pabodie,  born  about  1620,  died  Little  Comp- 
ton,  R.  I.,  13  December,  1707. 

Mary  Pabodie,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  7  August,  1648;  married 
Duxbury,  16  November,  1671,  to  Edward  Southworth. 

Mercy  Southworth,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  about  1680,  died  Dux- 
bury, after  1728;  married  about  1701  to  Moses  Soule,  died 
Duxbury,  after  1748. 

Barnabas  Soule,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  about  1705,  died  North 
Yarmouth,  Maine,  8  April,  1780;  married  about  1737  to  Jane 
Bradbury,  baptized  Salisbury,  Mass.,  4  August,  1718. 

John  Soule,  born  North  Yarmouth,  Maine,  12  March,  1740; 
married  North  Yarmouth,  30  November,  1763,  to  Elizabeth 
Mitchell,  born  North  Yarmouth,  29  September,  1747,  died 
Freeport,  Maine,  16-26  December,  1794. 

Dorcab  Soule,  born  11  March,  1766;  married  21  August,  1783,  to 
George  Dennison,  born  19  May,  1762. 

Timothy  Dennison,  born  Augusta,  Maine,  17  November,  1791, 
died  Milan,  Ind.,  12  November,  1857;  married  Milan,  Ind.,  1821, 
to  Alice  Hill,  born  Palmyra,  N.  Y.,  1  December,  1804,  died 
Milan,  Ind.,  25  March,  1876. 

Walter  Horace  Dennison,  born  Milan,  Ind.,  3  January,  1832, 
died  Milan,  10  September,  1861;  married  N.  Milan,  4  October, 
1855,  to  Nancy  Jane  Ransom,  born  Milan,  29  November,  1837, 
removed  to  California  by  rail,  1876,  died  Los  Angeles,  Cali- 
fornia, 16  January,  1881. 

Walter  Emerson  Dennison,  born  Momenee,  111.,  removed  from 
Cincinnati,  Ohio,  by  rail,  arrived  California  16  April,  1880; 
married  San  Francisco,  California,  2  November,  1882,  to  Isa- 
bella Baxter  Richardson,  born  Delaware,  Ohio. 


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California  No.  38  General  No.  2949 

MISS    ELIZABETH    AGNES    WILBUR 
San  Francisco,  California 

John  Rowland,  born  about  1593,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  23  Feb., 
1672-8;  married  Plymouth,  before  1624,  to  Elizabeth  Tilley 
(daughter  of  John  and  Elizabeth  Tilley,  passengers  on  the  May- 
flower), born  about  1607,  died  Swansea,  Mass.,  21  Dec.,  1687. 

Desire  Rowland,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  22  May,  1627,  died 
Barnstable,  Mass.,  13  Oct.,  1683;  married,  about  1643,  to  John 
Gorham,  born  about  1621,  buried  Swansea,  5  Feb.,  1675. 

Mercy  Gorham,  born  Barnstable,  Mass.,  20  January,  1658-9,  died 
Westerly,  R.  I.,  24  September,  1725;  married  to  George  Deni- 
80N,  born  about  1653,  died  Westerly,  R.  I.,  27  December,  1711. 

Elizabeth  Denison,  born  Westerly,  R.  I.,  11  September,  1689, 
died  Charlestown,  R.  I.,  22  November,  1749;  married  Westerly, 
R.  I.,  5  December,  1705,  to  Christopher  Champlin,  Jr.,  born 
Westerly,  R.  I.,  26  September,  1684,  died  Westerly,  23  October, 
1734. 

CoL.  Joseph  Champlin,  born  Westerly,  R.  I.,  4  August,  1709, 
died  Westerly,  20  December,  1792;  married  8  February,  1753, 
to  Mary  Noyes,  born  Stonington,  Conn.,  14  August,  1725. 

Captain  William  Champlin,  born  about  1757,  died  Quechee,  Vt., 
2  March,  1848;  married  about  1781-2  to  Content  Brown,  born 
about  1758,  died  1  July,  1842. 

Content  Leeds  Champlin,  born  Groton,  Conn.,  2  September, 
1790,  died  Kenosha,  Wis.,  1  September,  1870;  married  about 
1805  to  Nathaniel  Etheridoe,  born  Boston,  Mass.,  about  1773, 
died  Sackett's  Harbor,  30  January,  1815. 

Sophia  Etheridge,  born  Sheldon,  Vt.,  16  March,  1810,  died  Bris- 
tol, Wis.,  15  September,  1839;  married  New  Baltimore,  N.  Y., 
about  1827,  to  Allen  Russell  Wilbur,  born  Chenango  County, 
N.  Y.,  4  October,  1806,  died  Milton,  111.,  11  July,  1881. 

Isaac  Richardson  Wilbur,  born  New  Baltimore,  N.  Y.,  28  Octo- 
ber, 1835,  sailed  from  New  York  to  Colon,  by  steamer  Northern 
Light,  and  from  Panama  by  steamer  Sonora,  arrived  San  Fran- 
cisco, California,  28  April,  I860,  died  San  Francisco,  20  Decem- 
ber, 1915;  married  Stockton,  California,  23  August,  1865,  to 
Emma  Louise  Visher,  born  Fulton  County,  N.  Y.,  18  March, 
1847,  died  San  Francisco,  California,  5  March,  1903. 

Elizabeth  Agnes  Wilbur,  born  Stockton,  California. 


Note. — For  an  interesting  affidavit  by  Isaac  Richardson'  Wilbur,   above, 
see  Appendix,  pages  187-89. 

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California  No.  39  General  No.  296* 

JULIE    ELDREDGE  (MATHEWS)  HINSDILL 

MRS.  CHESTER  BINGHAM  HINSDILL 

Santa  Barbara,  California 

William  Brewster,  probably  born  Scrooby,  England,  1566-7,  died 
Plymouth,  Mass.,  10  April,  1644;  married  before  1593  to  Mary 
,  born  1568-9,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,   17  April,  1627. 

Patience  Brewster,  probably  born  Scrooby,  England,  died  Ply- 
mouth, Mass.,  1634;  married  Plymouth,  5  August,  1624,  to 
Thomas  Prence,  born  about  1601,  died  Plymouth,  29  March, 
1673. 

Mercy  Prence,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  about  1631,  died  Eastham, 
Mass.,  28  September,  1711;  married  Sandwich,  Mass.,  13  or  14 
February,  1649-50,  to  John  Freeman,  born  about  1621,  died 
Eastham,  28  October,  1719- 

Nathaniel  Freeman,  born  Eastham,  Mass.,  20  March,  1669,  died 
Eastham,  4  January,  1760;  married  about  1690  to  Mary 
,  born  about  1666,  died  Eastham,  29  January,  1742-3. 

Abigail  Freeman,  born  Eastham,  Mass.,  22  February,  1692-3,  died 
Eastham,  14  May,  1737;  married  Eastham,  9  October,  1712,  to 
Captain  Samuel  Smith,  born  Eastham,  13  February,  1691,  died 
1768. 

Abigail  Smith,  born  Eastham,  17  December,  1718,  died  Willing- 
ton,  Conn.,  16  March,  1793;  married  Eastham,  7  November, 
1734,  to  Jesse  Eldredge,  born  Eastham,  9  August,  1715,  died 
Willington,  Conn.,  17  December,  1794. 

ZoETH  Eldredge,  born  Willington,  Conn.,  probably  about  1751, 
died  Willington,  18  March,  1828;  married  Willington,  16  Octo- 
ber, 1779,  to  Bethiah  Hinckley,  born  Tolland,  Conn.,  10 
December,  1759,  died  Willington,  17  June,  1850. 

ZoETH  Eldredge,  born  Willington,  Conn.,  1  April,  1782,  died 
Syracuse,  N.  Y.,  10  October,  1844;  married  Willington,  8 
October,  1804,  to  Lois  Dunton,  born  Willington,  4  October, 
1784,  died  Victor,  N.  Y.,  25  April,  1819- 

Betsey  Eldredge,  born  Willington,  Conn.,  27  December,  1807, 
died  Grand  Rapids,  Mich.,  24  December,  1882;  married  Clark- 
son,  N.  Y.,  27  December,  1830,  to  William  Henry  Howklls 
Mathews,  born  Salina,  N.  Y.,  1805,  died  Rochester,  N.  Y.,  10 
August,  1846. 

Julie  Eldredge  Mathews,  born  Holly,  N.  Y. ;  married  Cleveland^ 
Ohio,  l6  September,  1868,  to  Chester  Bingham  Hinsdill,  born 
Kalamazoo,  Mich.,  4  September,  1835,  died  Grand  Rapids,  Mich., 
5  July,  1900. 

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California  No.  40  General  No.  2965 

FRANKLIN    BANGS 
Oakland,  California 

Stephen  Hopkins,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  between  6  June  and  17 
July,  1644. 

Gyles  Hopkins,  died  Eastham,  Mass.,  before  16  April,  1690; 
married  9  October,  l6S9,  to  Catherine  Wheldon,  died  after  5 
March,  1688-9. 

Stephen  Hopkins,  born  Eastham,  Mass.,  September,  1642,  died 
Harwich,  Mass.,  10  October,  1718-9;  married  Eastham,  23  May, 
1667,  to  Mary  Merrick,  born  Eastham,  6  November,  1650. 

Stephen  Hopkins,  born  Eastham,  Mass.,  15  July,  1670,  died 
Harwich,  Mass.,  9-20  April,  1733;  married  19  May,  1692,  to 
Sarah  Howes,  born  Yarmouth,  Mass.,  29  October,  1673. 

Ebenezer  Hopkins,  born  Harwich,  Mass.,  January,  1706-7;  mar- 
ried Eastham,  12  October,  1732,  to  Rebecca  Crosby,  born  12 
May,  1709. 

Mary  Hopkins,  born  Harwich,  Mass.,  20  March,  1732-3,  died 
Brewster,  Mass.,  20  May,  1812;  married  Isaac  Sparrow,  born 
Eastham,  Mass.,  26  November,  1730. 

Eunice  Sparrow,  born  30  December,  1756,  died  Sidney,  Maine, 
3  September,  1818;  married  21  August,  1780,  to  Captain  Dean 
Bangs,  born  Harwich,  Mass.,  31  May,  1756,  died  6  December, 
1845. 

Elkanah  Bangs,  born  Harwich,  Mass.,  29  July,  1783,  died  Brew- 
ster, Mass.,  23  August,  1863;  married  Brewster,  5  September, 
1812,  to  Reliance  Freeman  Berry,  born  Harwich,  17  April, 
1793,  died  Brewster,  Mass.,  1  September,  1855. 

Hiram  Berry  Bangs,  born  Brewster,  Mass.,  11  September,  1824, 
died  Orleans,  Mass.,  16  October,  1879;  married  Brewster,  22 
August,  1847,  to  Rebecca  Foster  Crosby,  born  Boston,  4 
December,  1827,  died  St.  Paul,  Minn.,  20  November,  1858. 

Hiram  Franklin  Bangs,  born  Brewster,  Mass.,  passenger,  via 
Cape  Horn,  by  the  ship  Mary  Bangs,  arrived  San  Francisco,  11 
February,  1870;  married  Oakland,  California,  25  January,  1881, 
to  Irene  Van  Dyke,  born  Areata,  California  (daughter  of  the 
late  Hon.  Walter  Van  Dyke,  Justice  of  Supreme  Court  of 
California,  removed  from  Cleveland,  Ohio,  "across  the  plains," 
arrived  Los  Angeles,  California,  81  December,  1849). 


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California  No.  41  General  No.  2993 

ESSIE    MAUD  (WESTON)  DOWNEN 

MRS.  WILLIAM  MARTIN  DOWNEN 

Orland,  California 

John  Alden,  born  about  1599,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  12  Septem- 
ber, 1687;  married  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  1624,  to  Priscilla 
MuLLiNs  (daughter  of  William  and  Alice  Mullins,  passengers 
on  the  Mayflower) ,  died  after  1650. 

John  Alden,  born  about  1625-6,  died  Boston,  Mass.,  14  March, 
1701-2;  married   1    April,   l660  to    (2)    Elizabeth    (Phillips) 

EVERILL. 

John  Alden,  born  Boston,  Mass.,  12  March,  1662-3,  died  Boston, 
1  February,  1729-30;  married  about  1684  to  (1)  Elizabeth 
Phelps,  born  about   1668-9,  died   Boston,   26   November,   1719- 

Nathaniel  Alden,  born  Boston,  6  July,  1700,  died  Boston,  about 
1740;  married  to  Mary  Smith. 

Elizabeth  Alden,  born  Boston,  3  August,  1730,  died  Hopkinton, 
Mass.,  1788;  married  9  February,  1747,  to  Anthony  Jones, 
born  Hopkinton,  8  June,  1723,  died  Hopkinton,  8  April,  1782. 

Elizabeth  Jones,  baptized  Hopkinton,  27  December,  1750  (or 
born  26  January,  1751),  died  Hopkinton,  26  April,  1825;  mar- 
ried Hopkinton,  about  1770,  to  William  Valentine,  born 
Hopkinton,  6  November,   1750,  died  Hopkinton,  6  May,   1825. 

Elizabeth  Valentine,  born  Hopkinton,  30  November,  1771,  died 
Westboro,  Mass.,  10  January,  1795;  married  Westboro,  15  No- 
vember, 1789,  to  Joshua  Mellen,  born  Framingham,  Mass.,  14 
September,  1765,  died  Westboro,  22  February,  1856. 

Clarissa  Mellen,  born  Westboro,  Mass.,  3  January,  1794,  died 
Chicago,  111.,  20  March,  1880;  married  Westboro,  22  May,  1814, 
to  Jubal  Weston,  born  Grafton,  Mass.,  19  February,  1786,  died 
Hopkinton,  Mass.,  27  May,  1868. 

Jubal  Weston,  born  East  Haddam,  Conn.,  13  November,  1824, 
sailed  from  Boston  to  New  Orleans,  thence  16  January,  1849, 
by  the  bark  Florida  to  Chagres  River,  thence  from  Panama  by 
ship  Philadelphia,  arriving  San  Francisco  30  April,  1849,  died 
St.  John,  California,  9  April,  1910;  married  San  Francisco, 
California,  5  February,  1854,  to  Sarah  Frances  Richardson, 
born  Bangor,  Maine,  22  June,  1833,  removed  to  California  by 
steamer  via  Panama,  arriving  San  Francisco  about  January, 
1854,  died  St.  John,  California,  20  April,  1876. 

Essie  Maud  Weston,  born  St.  John,  California;  married  Sisson, 
California,  25  August,  1896,  to  William  Martin  Downen,  born 
near  Salem,  Oregon. 

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California  No.  42  Connecticut  No.  147  General  No.  844 

EMILIE    DURYEA  (MASON)  WILSON 

MRS.  JOHN  RALPH  WILSON 

Alameda,  California 

William  Brewster,  born  (probably)  Scrooby,  England,  1566-7, 
died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  10  April,  1644;  married  before  1593  to 

Mary  ,  born  1568-9,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  17  April, 

1627. 

Jonathan  Brewster,  born  Scrooby,  England,  12  August,  1593, 
died  New  London,  Conn.,  7  August,  1659;  married  Plymouth, 
Mass.,  to  Lucretia  Oldham,  died  New  London,  Conn.,  4  March, 
1678-9. 

Hannah  Brewster,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  3  November,  1641,  died 
after  25  November,  1691;  married  New  London,  Conn.,  23 
December,  1664,  to  Samuel  Starr,  born  before  1640,  died  before 
22  February,  1687-8. 

Jonathan  Starr,  born  New  London,  Conn.,  23  February,  1673-4, 
died  Groton,  Conn.,  26  August,  1747;  married  New  London, 
12  January,  1698-9,  to  Elizabeth  Morgan,  born  New  London, 
9  September,  1678,  died  Norwich,  Conn.,  8  September,  1763. 

Mary  Starr,  born  Groton,  Conn.,  30  August,  1722,  died  Groton, 
19  May,  1779;  married  Groton,  23  April,  1741,  to  Charles 
Eldridqe,  born  Groton,  17  November,  1720,  died  Groton,  21 
August,  1795. 

Catherine  (Eldridge)  Geer,  born  7  November,  1754;  married 
21  March,  1779,  to  Daniel  Billings,  born  Stonington,  Conn., 
about  1749,  died  Lanesborough,  Mass.,  3  February,  1801. 

Frances  Eldridge  Billings,  born  Pomfret,  Conn.,  6  October, 
1786-7,  died  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  23  November,  1853;  married 
Trenton,  N.  Y.,  6  May,  1812,  to  Frederick  Mason,  born 
Groton,  Conn.,  5  March,  1787,  died  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  24  Oc- 
tober, I860. 

Frederick  Mason,  born  Norway,  N.  Y.,  21  October,  1817,  died 
San  Francisco,  California,  19  September,  1881;  married  New 
York  City,  8  December,  1842,  to  Clotilda  Smith,  born  New 
York,  4  August,  1823,  died  New  York,  7  February,  1850. 

Frederick  Eldridge  Mason,  born  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. ;  married 
Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  13  January,  1875,  to  Emilie  Meta  Duckwitz, 
born  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Emilie  Duryea  Mason,  born  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. ;  married  Alameda, 
California,  15  April,  1903,  to  John  Ralph  Wilson,  born  Wil- 
mington, Del. 

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California  No.  43  General  No.  2995 

FRANCIS  ROWLAND  PORTERt 
San  Francisco,  California 

John  Rowland,  born  about  1593,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  23  Feb- 
ruary, 1672-3;  married  Plymouth,  before  l624,  to  Elizabeth 
TiLLEY  (daughter  John  and  Elizabeth  Tilley,  passengers  on 
the  Mayflower),  born  about  l607,  died  Swansea,  Mass.,  21 
December,  1687. 

John  Rowland,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  24  February,  1626,  died 
Barnstable,  Mass.,  after  April,  1702;  married  Barnstable,  26 
October,  1651,  to  Mary  Lee,  died  Barnstable,  after  22  Novem- 
ber, 1691. 

Shubael  Rowland,  born  Barnstable,  Mass.,  30  September,  1672, 
died  after  1737;  married  Barnstable,  13  December,  1700,  to 
Mercy  Blossom,  born  Barnstable,  August,  1678,  died  about 
1759. 

Jabez  Rowland,  born  Barnstable,  16  September,  1701,  died  about 
1765;  married  Barnstable,  22  December,  1727,  to  Elizabeth 
Percival. 

Ansel  Rowland,  born  Barnstable,  Mass.,  3  December,  1738; 
married  to  Elizabeth  Bodfish,  died  Barnstable,  4  October, 
1821. 

Jabez  Rowland,  born  Barnstable,  Mass.,  31  May,  1775,  died 
West  Barnstable,  1  January,  1848;  married  18  October,  1797, 
to  Rannah  Parker,  born  24  June,  1778,  died  West  Barnstable, 
30  July,  1862. 

Jabez  Rowland,  born  West  Barnstable,  18  June,  1803,  died 
Dorchester,  Mass.,  8  April,  1867;  married  West  Barnstable,  in 
1832,  to  Dorcas  Jenkins,  born  West  Barnstable,  19  June,  1807, 
died  West  Barnstable,  10  October,  1841. 

Ellen  Rowland,  born  West  Barnstable,  Mass.,  10  May,  1833; 
married  Dorchester,  Mass.,  17  July,  1851,  to  John  Whitcomb 
Porter,  born  Weymouth,  Mass.,  2  August,  1827,  died  Boston, 
Mass.,  8  November,  1890. 

Francis  Rowland  Porter,  born  Dorchester,  Mass.,  4  June,  1854, 
died  San  Francisco,  California,  19  May,  1916;  married  San 
Francisco,  24  September,  1885,  to  Carrie  Augusta  Reynolds, 
born  Salem,  Mass.,  died  San  Francisco,  29  October,  1909;  mar- 
ried, second,  San  Francisco,  4  September,  1913,  to  Alexena 
Roberts. 

t  Deceased. 

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California  No.  44  General  No.  3008 

ELLEN  (WORTH)  BROOKS 

MRS.  ELISHA  BROOKS 

Ben  Lomond,  California 

John  Rowland,  born  about  1593,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  2S  Feb- 
ruary, 1672-3;  married  Plymouth,  before  1624,  to  Elizabeth 
TiLLEY  (daughter  John  and  Elizabeth  Tilley,  passengers  on 
the  Mayflower),  born  about  1607,  died  Swansea,  Mass.,  21 
December,  1687. 

Desire  Rowland,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  22  May,  1627, 
died  Barnstable,  Mass.,  13  October,  1683;  married  about  1643 
to  John  Gorham,  born  about  1621,  buried  Swansea,  Mass.,  5 
February,  1675. 

Shubael  Gorham,  born  Barnstable,  Mass.,  21  October,  1667,  died 
Yarmouth,  Mass.,  about  1750;  married  Nantucket,  Mass.,  May, 
1695,  to   Puella   Russey,  born   Nantucket,    10   October,    1677. 

Lydia  Gorham,  born  Barnstable,  Mass.,  14  May,  1701,  died  Nan- 
tucket, Mass.,  1  March,  1763;  married  Nantucket,  8  September, 
1720,  to  Joseph  Worth,  died  Nantucket,  14th,  7th  mo.,  1790. 

William  Worth,  born  Nantucket,  Mass.,  4th,  1st  mo.,  1741,  died 
about  1792;  married  Nantucket,  17  February,  1763,  to  Ruth 
FoLGER,  born  Nantucket,  31  January,  1742-3,  died  Nantucket, 
21   December,  1828. 

Frederick  Worth,  born  Nantucket,  Mass.,  24  July,  1784,  died 
Nantucket,  30  January,  1867;  married  Nantucket,  16  April, 
1807,  to  Elizabeth  Pinkham,  born  Nantucket,  13  April,  1789^ 
died  Nantucket,   16-17  May,  1862. 

George  Frederick  Worth,  born  Nantucket,  Mass.,  8  December, 
I8O9,  Postmaster  of  Nantucket  from  1845  to  1849,  part  owner 
of  and  passenger  by  ship  Fanny  of  Sag  Harbor,  sailed  from 
Nantucket,  22  August,  1849,  arrived  San  Francisco,  California 
(via  Cape  Rorn),  21  February,  1850,  removed  to  Georgetown, 
El  Dorado  County,  and  (after  a  trip  to  Nantucket)  to  Mar- 
tinez, Contra  Costa  County,  in  1854,  U.  S.  Deputy  Marshal 
from  1862  to  1892,  died  San  Francisco,  30  May,  1904;  married 
Nantucket,  19  July,  1832,  to  Mary  Elkins,  born  Nantucket, 
7  December,  1812,  removed,  by  steamers  via  Panama  (with  five 
children)  to  San  Francisco,  arrived  4  April,  1855,  died  San 
Francisco,  31   October,   1879- 

Ellen  Worth,  born  Nantucket,  Mass.,  passenger  by  steamers  via 
Panama,  arrived  4  April,  1855;  married  San  Francisco,  20 
April,  I869,  to  Elisha  Brooks,  born  St.  Joseph  County,  Mich. 

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California  No.  45  General  No.  S009 

SIDNEY  WORTH,  M.  D.* 

San  Francisco,  California 

John  Howland,  born  about  159S,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  23  Feb., 
1672-3;  married  Plymouth,  before  1624,  to  Elizabeth  Tilley 
(daughter  of  John  and  Elizabeth  Tilley,  passengers  on  the 
Mayflower),  born  about  1607,  died  Swansea,  Mass.,  21  Dec.,  1687. 

Desire  Rowland,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  22  May,  1627, 
died  Barnstable,  Mass.,  13  Oct.,  1683;  married,  about  1643,  to 
John  Gorham,  born  about  1621,  buried  Swansea,  5  Feb.,  1675. 

Shubael  Gorham,  born  Barnstable,  Mass.,  21  October,  1667,  died 
Yarmouth,  Mass.,  about  1750;  married  Nantucket,  Mass.,  May, 
1695,  to   Puella   Hussey,   born   Nantucket,    10   October,    1677. 

Lydia  Gorham,  born  Barnstable,  Mass.,  14  May,  1701,  died  Nan- 
tucket, Mass.,  1  March,  1763;  married  Nantucket,  8  September, 
1720,  to  Joseph  Worth,  died  Nantucket,   14th,  7th  mo.,   1790. 

William  Worth,  born  Nantucket,  Mass.,  4th,  1st  mo.,  1741,  died 
about  1792;  married  Nantucket,  17  February,  1763,  to  Ruth 
FoLGER,  born  Nantucket,  31  January,  1742-3,  died  Nantucket, 
21  December,  1828. 

Frederick  Worth,  born  Nantucket,  Mass.,  24  July,  1784,  died 
Nantucket,  30  January,  1867;  married  Nantucket,  16  April, 
1807,  to  Elizabeth  Pinkham,  born  Nantucket,  13  April,  1789, 
died  Nantucket,   16-17  May,  1862. 

George  Frederick  Worth,  born  Nantucket,  Mass.,  8  December, 
1809,  Postmaster  of  Nantucket  from  1845  to  1849,  part  owner 
of  and  passenger  by  ship  Fanny  of  Sag  Harbor,  sailed  from 
Nantucket,  22  August,  1849,  arrived  San  Francisco,  California 
(via  Cape  Horn),  21  February,  1850,  removed  to  Georgetown, 
El  Dorado  County,  and  (after  a  trip  to  Nantucket)  to  Mar- 
tinez, Contra  Costa  County,  in  1854,  U.  S.  Deputy  Marshal 
from  1862  to  1892,  died  San  Francisco,  30  May,  1904;  married 
Nantucket,  19  July,  1832,  to  Mary  Elkins,  born  Nantucket,  7 
December,  1812,  removed,  by  steamers  via  Panama  (with  five 
children)  to  San  Francisco,  arrived  4  April,  1855,  died  San 
Francisco,  31  October,  1879. 

Sidney  Worth,  born  Nantucket,  Mass.,  passenger  by  steamers 
via  Panama,  arrived  San  Francisco,  California,  4  April,  1855; 
married  San  Francisco,  20  December,  1876,  to  Lillian  Eliza- 
beth Brotherton,  born  New  York,  N.  Y.,  12  December,  1851, 
died  San  Francisco,  California. 

•  Membership  terminated  under  Art.  2,  Section  4,  of  the  Constitution. 

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California  No.  46  General  No.  8010 

FRANK  SOULEt 
Berkeley,  California 

George  Soule,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.^  before  23  January,  1679-80; 

married  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  1627  to  Mary  ,  died 

Duxbury,  Mass.,  December,  1676. 

John  Soule,  born  about  1632,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  14  Novem- 
ber, 1707;  married  Hester . 

Moses  Soule,  born  Duxbury,  1632;  married  about  1701  to  Mercy 
SouTHWoRTH,  bom  Duxbury,  died  Duxbury. 

Barnabas  Soule,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  1705,  died  North  Yar- 
mouth, Maine,  8  April,  1780;  married  1737  to  Jane  Bradbury, 
born  about  1718. 

MosEs  Soule,  born  19  February,  1738;  married  24  July,  1760, 
to  Nancy  Hewes,  born  about   1736,  died  27  September,  1812. 

Charles  Soule,  born  September,  1768;  married  16  July,  1796,  to 
Anne  Kendall,  died  about  1823. 

Benjamin  Franklin  Soule,  born  Stroud's  Point,  Maine,  17  Jan- 
uary, 1810,  came  overland  through  Texas  and  Arizona,  arrived 
San  Francisco,  California,  29  May,  1849,  died  San  Francisco, 
3  July,  1882;  married  Woodville,  Miss.,  28  June,  1843,  to  Mary 
PiERSON  Hand,  born  Bridgehampton,  N.  Y.,  17  May,  1823, 
died  Bridgehampton,  N.  Y.,  1848. 

Frank  Soule,  born  Woodville,  Miss.,  6  August,  1845,  died  Berke- 
ley, California,  14  February,  1913;  married  2  April,  1872,  to 
Ella  Etta  Bacon,  born  St.  Louis,  Mo. 

t  Deceased. 


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California  No.  47  General  No.  3019 

LYSANDER    WILLIAM    CUSHMAN 
Ontario,  California 

Isaac  Allerton,  born  about  1586,  died  New  Haven,  Conn.,  be- 
tween 1  and  12  February,  1658-9;  married  Leyden,  Holland, 
4  November,  l6ll,  to  Mary  Norris,  died  Plymouth,  25  Feb- 
ruary, 1620-21. 

Mary  Allerton,  born  Leyden,  Holland,  died  Plymouth,  Mass., 
28  November,  1699;  married  Plymouth,  about  1636,  to  Thomas 
CusHMAN,  born  February,  l608,  died  Plymouth,  10  or  11  De- 
cember, 1691. 

Thomas  Cushman,  born  Plymouth,  September,  1637,  died  Plymp- 
ton,  23  August,  1726;  married  Plymouth,  17  November,  1664, 
to  Ruth  Howland,  died  between  1672  and  1679- 

Robert  Cushman,  born  Plymouth,  4  October,  1664,  died  Kingston, 

Mass.,  7  September,  1757;  married  about  1697  to  Persis , 

born  about  1670,  died  Kingston,  14  January,  1743-4. 

Joshua  Cushman,  born  Pljonouth,  Mass.,  14  October,  1707,  died 
Marshfield,  Mass.,  25  March,  1764;  married  (2)  5  March,  1752, 
to  Deborah  Ford,  born  about  1718,  died  1  July,  1789- 

MiAL  Cushman,  born  23  May,  1753,  died  New  Bedford,  Mass., 
27  January,  1817;  married  Salome  Atwood,  born  about  1759, 
died  18  January,  1822. 

Azariah  Cushman,  born  North  Fairhaven,  Mass.,  19  May,  1800, 
died  North  Fairhaven,  19  February,  1881;  married  New  Bed- 
ford, November,  1822,  to  Eliza  Valentine,  born  New  Bedford, 
3  August,  1804,  died  New  Bedford,  20  August,  1890. 

Lysander  Valentine  Cushman,  born  North  Fairhaven,  Mass., 
arrived  San  Francisco,  California,  by  steamer  Sierra  Nevada, 
in  September,  1853;  married  New  Bedford,  Mass.,  23  October, 
1851,  to  Hetty  Cummings  Booth,  born  Dartmouth,  Mass.,  8 
September,  1829,  died  near  Newville,  California,  11  March,  1896. 

Lysander  William  Cushman,  born  near  Newville,  California; 
married  Cambridge,  Mass.,  18  July,  1900,  to  Mary  Barton 
Reed,  born  Montpelier,  Vt. 


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California  No.  48  General  No.  S020 

JOHN    CONANT    LYNCH 
Berkeley,  California 

William  Brewster,  probably  born  Scrooby,  England,  1566-7,  died 
Plymouth,  Mass.,  10  April,  1644;  married  before  1593  to  Mary 
,  born   1568-9,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  17  April,  1627- 

Patience  Brewster,  probably  born  Serooby,  England,  died  Ply- 
mouth, Mass.,  1634;  married  Plymouth,  5  August,  1624,  to 
Thomas  Prence,  born  about  1601,  died  Plymouth,  29  March, 
1673. 

Mercy  Prence,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  about  1631,  died  Eastham, 
Mass.,  28  September,  1711;  married  Sandwich,  Mass.,  IS  or  14 
February,  1649-50,  to  John  Freeman,  born  about  1621,  died 
Eastham,  28  October,  1719- 

Thomas  Freeman,  born  Eastham,  Mass.,  September,  1653,  died 
Harwich,  Mass.,  9  February,  1715-6;  married  Eastham,  31 
December,  1673,  to  Rebecca  Sparrow,  born  Eastham,  30  Octo- 
ber, 1655,  died  February,  1740. 

Joseph  Freeman,  born  Harwich,  Mass.,  11  February,  1682-3,  died 
March,  1756;  married  31  October,  1709,  to  Lydia  Thatcher, 
died   13  October,   1724. 

Thatcher  Freeman,  born  Harwich,  Mass.,  3  December,  1710; 
married  27  January,  1731-2,  to  Anna  Gray,  born  30  November, 
1714. 

Lydia  Freeman,  born  Harwich,  Mass.,  9  November,  1733,  died 
Becket,  Mass.,  16  January,  1808;  married  10  September,  1761, 
to  George  Conant,  2nd,  born  Plymouth,  13  January,  1723, 
died  Becket,  Mass.,  3  March,  1792. 

George  Conant,  3rd,  born  Barnstable,  Mass.,  27  July,  1762,  died 
Becket,  Mass.,  22  February,  1831;  married  Becket,  19  Septem- 
ber, 1784,  to  Hannah  Walden,  born  Becket,  7  June,  1764, 
died  Avon,  Loraine  County,  Ohio,  7  February,  1843. 

John  Conant,  born  Becket,  Mass.,  17  February,  1790,  died 
Dwight,  111.,  4  February,  I860;  married  Blandford,  Mass.,  27 
November,  1811  (intentions),  to  Orpha  Johnson,  born  Bland- 
ford,  Mass.,  27  November,  1791,  died  Dwight,  111.,  4  March, 
1888. 

Mary  Almira  Conant,  born  Becket,  Mass.,  5  April,  1826,  died 
Cobden,  111.,  11  March,  1865;  married  Rochester,  Ohio,  9 
November,  1850,  to  John  Lynch,  born  County  Tyrone,  Ireland, 
1  February,  1825,  died  Berkeley,  California,  14  June,  1900. 

John  Conant  Lynch,  born  Ashland,  Ohio;  married  Benicia,  Cali- 
fornia, 2  December,  1884,  to  Mary  Atkins  Fowler,  born 
Randolph,  Wis. 

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California  No.  49  Connecticut  No.  2S2  General  No.  2305 

GEORGE  OTIS  SPENCER* 

Chicago,  Illinois 

William  Brewster,  born  (probably)  Scrooby,  England,  1566-7, 
died  Plymouth,  10  April,  1644;  married  before  1593,  to  Mary 
,  born  1568-9,  died  Plymouth,  17  April,  1627. 

Jonathan  Brewster,  born  Scrooby,  England,  12  August,  1593, 
died  New  London,  Conn.,  7  August,  1659;  married  Plymouth, 
Mass.,  10  April,  1624,  to  Lucretia  Oldham,  died  New  London, 
4  March,  1678-9. 

Grace  Brewster,  born  Duxbury,  1  November,  1639,  died  New 
London,  Conn.,  22  April,  1684;  married  New  London,  4  August, 
1659,  to  Daniel  Wetherell,  born  Maidstone,  Kent,  England, 
29  November,  l6S0,  died  New  London,  14  April,  1719. 

Mary  (Wetherell)  Harris,  born  New  London,  7  October,  1668, 
died  New  London,  22  August,  1711 ;  married  New  London,  about 
1694,  to  George  Denison,  born  (probably)  Stonington,  Conn., 
28  March,  1671,  died  New  London,  22  January,  1720. 

Sarah  Denison,  born  New  London,  20  June,  1710.  died  New 
London,  12  May  1797;  married  New  London,  4  March,  1730-1, 
to  William  Douglass,  born  New  London,  1  January,  1708,  died 
New  London,  12  November,  1787. 

Lucy  Douglass,  born  New  London,  27  November,  1743,  died  New 
London,  4  February,  1832 ;  married  New  London,  5  January,  1764, 
to  Lieut.  Daniel  Starr,  born  New  London,  26  December,  1741, 
died  New  London,  5  June,  1780. 

Daniel  Starr,  born  New  London,  22  February,  1765,  died  New 
London,  17  September,  1833;  married  New  London,  22  Septem- 
ber, 1796,  to  Hannah  Way,  born  New  London,  30  December, 
1777,  died  New  London,  23  May,  1859- 

Caroline  Matilda  Starr,  born  New  London,  13  June,  1805,  died 
New  London,  26  October,  1869;  married  New  London,  16 
December,  1824,  to  Asa  Spencer,  born  1780,  died  Philadelphia, 
Pa.,  1  February,  1847. 

George  Willig  Spencer,  born  Philadelphia,  17  September,  1843, 
removed  to  San  Francisco,  California,  in  1868,  died  Berkeley, 
California,  2  April,  1908;  married  Danvers,  Mass.,  9  May,  1884, 
to  Catherine  Esten  Briggs,  born  Boston,  Mass. 

George  Otis  Spencer,  born  San  Francisco,  California. 

•  Resigned. 

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California  No.  50  General  No.  SOSl 

ISAAC  RICHARDSON  WILBURt 

San  Francisco,  California 

John  Rowland,  born  about  1593,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  23  Feb- 
ruary, 1672-3;  married  Plymouth,  before  1624>,  to  Elizabeth 
TiLLEY  (daughter  John  and  Elizabeth  Tilley,  passengers  on 
the  Mayflower),  born  about  1607,  died  Swansea,  Mass.,  21 
December,  1687. 

Desire  Rowland,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  22  May,  1627^ 
died  Barnstable,  Mass.,  13  October,  1683;  married  about  1643 
to  John  Gorham,  born  about  1621,  buried  Swansea,  Mass.,  5 
February,  1675. 

Mercy  Gorham,  born  Barnstable,  Mass.,  20  January,  l658-9>  died 
Westerly,  R.  I.,  24  September,  1725;  married  to  George  Deni- 
soN,  born  about  1653,  died  Westerly,  R.  I.,  27  December,  1711. 

Elizabeth  Denison,  born  Westerly,  R.  I.,  11  September,  1689, 
died  Charlestown,  R.  I.,  22  November,  1749;  married  Westerly, 
R.  I.,  5  December,  1705,  to  Christopher  Champlin,  Jr.,  born 
Westerly,  R.  I.,  26  September,  1684,  died  Westerly,  23  October, 
1734. 

CoL.  Joseph  Champlin,  born  Westerly,  R.  I.,  4  August,  1709, 
died  Westerly,  20  December,  1792;  married  8  February,  1753, 
to  Mary  Noyes,  born  Stonington,  Conn.,  14  August,  1725. 

Captain  William  Champlin,  born  about  1757.  died  Quechee,  Vt., 
2  March,  1848;  married  about  1781-2  to  Content  Brown,  born 
about  1758,  died  1  July,  1842. 

Content  Leeds  Champlin,  born  Groton,  Conn.,  2  September, 
1790,  died  Kenosha,  Wis.,  1  September,  1870;  married  about 
1805  to  Nathaniel  Etheridge,  born  Boston,  Mass.,  about  1773, 
died  Sackett's  Rarbor,  30  January,  1815. 

Sophia  Etheridge,  born  Sheldon,  Vt.,  16  March,  1810,  died  Bris- 
tol, Wis.,  15  September,  1839;  married  New  Baltimore,  N.  Y., 
about  1827,  to  Allen  Russell  Wilbur,  born  Chenango  County, 
N.  Y.,  4  October,  1806,  died  Milton,  111.,  11  July,  1881. 

Isaac  Richardson  Wilbur,  born  New  Baltimore,  N.  Y.,  28  Octo- 
ber, 1835,  sailed  from  New  York  to  Colon,  by  steamer  Northern 
Light,  and  from  Panama  by  steamer  Sonora,  arrived  San  Fran- 
cisco, California,  28  April,  I860,  died  San  Francisco,  20  Decem- 
ber, 1915;  married  Stockton,  California,  23  August,  1865,  to 
Emma  Louise  Visher,  born  Fulton  County,  N.  Y.,  18  March, 
1847,  died  San  Francisco,  California,  5  March,  1903;  married, 
second,  at  Marysville,  California,  27  June,  1906,  to  Mary 
Frances  (Murch)  Burgess. 

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JAMES    RUSSELL    LITTLE 
Berkeley,  California 

Edward  Fuller,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  between   1    January  and 

31  March,  1621;  married ,  died  Plymouth,  after 

1  January,  1620-1. 

Samuel  Fuller,  died  Barnstable,  Mass.,  31  October,  1683;  mar- 
ried Scituate,  Mass.,  8  April,  1635,  to  Jane  Lothrop,  baptized 
Edgerton,  Kent,  England,  29  September,  l6l4,  died  between 
1658  and  1683. 

Samuel  Fuller,  baptized  Scituate,  11  February,  1637-8,  died 
Barnstable,  Mass.,  before  29  December,  1692;  married  Anna 
Fuller,  died  Barnstable,  before  30  December,  1692. 

Matthew  Fuller,  born  Barnstable,  about  1663,  died  Colchester, 
Conn.,  before  3  February,  1744;  married  Barnstable,  25  Feb- 
ruary, 1692-3,  to  Patience  Young,  born  Scituate,  Mass.,  about 
1673,  died  Colchester,  Conn.,  25  June,  1746. 

Anna  Fuller,  born  Barnstable,  Mass.,  November,  1693;  married 
Barnstable,  17  October,  1717,  to  Tristram  Blush,  born  Barns- 
table, April,  1694,  died  Colchester,  Conn.,  29  July,  1778. 

Joseph  Blush,  bom  Colchester,  Conn.,  1  December,  1729,  died 
Middlefield,  Mass.,  8  May,  1788;  married  Colchester,  22  March, 
1753,  to  Elizabeth  Skinner,  born  Colchester,  22  March,  1733, 
died  Middlefield,  3  July,  1822. 

Elizabeth  Blush,  born  Colchester,  Conn.,  22  May,  1756,  died 
Middlefield,  Mass.,  8  May,  1838;  married  about  1774  to  Bar- 
ziLLAi  Little,  born  about  1750,  died  Peru,  Mass.,  31  Decem- 
ber, 1835. 

Russell  Little,  born  Middlefield,  Mass.,  5  September,  1782,  died 
Lenox,  Mass.,  7  May,  1865;  married  Middlefield,  2  April,  1804, 
to  Sarah  Mack,  born  Middlefield,  Mass.,  22  September,  1782, 
died  Lenox,  25  August,  1850. 

Warren  Little,  born  Lenox,  Mass.,  15  May,  1818,  died  Grinnell, 
Iowa,  13  November,  1894;  married  Lee,  Mass.,  15  February, 
1841,  to  Sarah  Landers,  born  Lee,  15  February,  1822,  died 
Grinnell,  Iowa,  28  November,  1868. 

James  Russell  Little,  born  Chatham,  N.  Y.,  removed  by  Union 
Pacific  and  Central  Pacific  R.  R.,  to  California  in  September, 
1869;  married  Nicolaus,  Sutter  County,  California,  5  October, 
1871,  to  Margaret  Alice  Orr,  born  Ashley,  Mo.,  removed,  with 
her  parents,  across  the  plains  by  mule  and  ox-teams,  arriving 
(after  a  trip  of  four  months)  in  September,  1865. 

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MISS  KATHLEEN  FROSTENA  SOULE* 

San  Francisco,  California 

George  Soule,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  before  23  January,  1679-80; 

married  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  1627  to  Mary  ,  died 

Duxbury,  Mass.,  December,  1676. 

John  Soule,  born  about  1632,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  14  Novem- 
ber, 1707;  married  Rebecca  Simmons. 

Moses  Soule,  born  Duxbury,  1632;  married  about  1701  to  Mercy 
SouTHWoRTH,  bom  Duxbury,  died  Duxbury. 

Barnabas  Soule,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  1705,  died  North  Yar- 
mouth, Maine,  8  April,  1780;  married  1737  to  Jane  Bradbury, 
born  about  1718. 

Moses  Soule,  born  19  February,  1738;  married  24  July,  1760, 
to  Nancy  Hewes,  born  about   1736,  died  27   September,  1812. 

Charles  Soule,  born  September,  1768;  married  16  July,  1796,  to 
Anne  Kendall,  died  about  1823. 

Benjamin  Franklin  Soule,  born  Stroud's  Point,  Maine,  17  Jan- 
uary, 1810,  came  overland  tlirough  Texas  and  Arizona,  arriving 
San  Francisco,  California,  29  May,  1849,  died  San  Francisco, 
California,  3  July,  1882;  married  (2)  San  Francisco,  1  January, 
1855,  to  Eunice  Soule,  born  Augusta,  Maine,  11  July,  1831, 
died  San  Francisco,  California,  14  December,  1906. 

Kathleen  Frostena  Soule,  born  San  Francisco,  California. 


•  Membership  terminated  under  Art.  2,  Section  4,  of  the  ConBtitution. 


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California  No.  53  General  No.  3074 

MAJOR  CARVER  ROWLAND,  U.  S.  A.t 
San  Diego,  California 

John  Howland,  born  about  1593,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  23  Feb- 
ruary, 1672-3;  married  Plymouth,  before  1624,  to  Elizabeth 
TiLLEY,  daughter  John  and  Elizabeth  Tilley,  all  passengers 
on  the  Mayflower,  born  about  l607,  died  Swansea,  Mass.,  21 
December,  1687. 

Jabez  Rowland,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  died  Bristol,  R.  I.,  Feb- 
ruary, 1711-12;  married  to  Bethiah  Thacher,  died  19th,  12th 
mo.,  1725. 

Joseph  Rowland,  born  Bristol,  R.  I.,  14  October,  1692,  died 
Bristol,  R.  I.,  16  August,  1737;  married  Bathsheba  Gary,  born 
14  August,  1693,  died  l6  August,  1775. 

Joseph  Rowland,  born  Swansea,  Mass.,  6  December,  1717,  died 
Newport,  R.  I.,  March,  1775;  married  about  1746  to  Sarah 
Baker,  born  25  May,  1725,  died  Providence,  R.  I.,  12  February, 

1779. 

Benjamin  Rowland,  born  Newport,  R.  I.,  about  1768,  died  Balti- 
more, Md.,  about  1816;  married  Providence,  R.  I.,  27  December, 
1794,  to  Susannah  Andrews,  born  Providence,  R.  I.,  3  April, 
1776,  died  Providence,  3  July,  1824. 

John  Andrews  Rowland,  born  Providence,  R.  I.,  2  September, 
1809,  died  Providence,  24  October,  1889;  married  Providence, 
16  February,  1836,  to  Emily  Langley,  born  Providence,  25 
October,  1813,  died  Providence,   10  February,  1875. 

Carver  Rowland,  born  Providence,  R.  I.,  10  October,  1850,  died 
San  Diego,  California,  29  December,  1912;  married  Manila, 
P.  I.,  17  August,  1899,  to  Elizabeth  Senter  Price,  born  Fort 
Laramie,  Wyoming. 

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SAMUEL    BRADFORD    DOTEN 

Reno,  Nevada 

Edward  Doty,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  23  August,  1655;  married 
Plymouth,  6  January,  1634,  to  Faith  Clark,  buried  Marshfield, 
Mass.,  21  December,  1675. 

John  Doty,  born  about  1639-40,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  8  May, 
1701;  married  (1)  about  1667  to  Elizabeth  Cooke,  born  18 
January,  1648-9,  died  21  November,  1692. 

Samuel  Doty,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  31  January,  1682,  died 
probably  Plymouth,  about  1740;  married  Plymouth,  10  April, 
1727,  to  Mercy  Cobb,  born  Plymouth,  about  1705. 

Samuel  Doten,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  15  August,  1729;  married 
Plymouth,  28  June,  1753,  to  Mary  Cook. 

Samuel  Doten,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  15  July,  1758,  died  North 
Yarmouth,  Maine,  2  November,  1847;  married  Plymouth,  8  June, 
1781,  (1)  to  Eunice  Robbins,  born  Plymouth,  25  January, 
1761,  died  North  Yarmouth,  4  January,  1807. 

Samuel  Doten,  born  North  Yarmouth,  Maine,  11  June,  1783,  died 
Plymouth,  8  September,  1862;  married  Plymouth,  29  June,  1807, 
to  Rebecca  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  14  February,  1788,  died 
Plymouth,  14  February,  1870. 

Alfred  Doten,  born  Plj'^mouth,  Mass.,  21  July,  1829^  sailed  from 
Plymouth  on  bark  Yeoman,  18  March,  1849,  via  Cape  Horn, 
arrived  San  Francisco,  2  October,  1849,  a  pioneer  of  Nevada, 
died  Carson,  Nevada,  12  November,  1903;  married  Lake  Tahoe, 
California,  24  July,  1872,  to  Mary  Elizabeth  Calista  Stod- 
dard, born  Westville,  Conn.,  25  March,  1844,  died  Reno,  Nevada, 
12  March,  1914. 

Samuel  Bradford  Doten,  born  Gold  Hill,  Storey  County,  Nevada; 
married   Reno,   Nevada,    16   June,    1915,  to   Laura   Katherine 

SCHWEISS. 


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SAMUEL   BRADFORD    DOTEN 
Reno,  Nevada 

William  Bradford,  born  Austerfield,  England,  19  March,  1589, 
died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  9  May,  1657;  married  Plymouth,  Mass., 
14  August,  1623,  to  Alice  (Carpenter)  Southworth,  born 
about  1590,  died  Plymouth,  26  March,  1670. 

Major  William  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  17  June,  1624, 
died  Plymouth,  20  February,  1703-4;  married  (3)  to  Mary 
(Wood)  Holmes. 

David  Bradford,  died  Kingston,  Mass.,  16  March,  1729-30;  mar- 
ried 23  February,  1714,  to  Elizabeth  Finney,  baptized  1695, 
died  30  June,  1730. 

Nathaniel  Bradford,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  10  December,  1715, 
died  Plymouth,  27  March,  1757;  married  Plymouth,  24  Novem- 
ber, 1746,  to  Sarah  Spooner,  born  Plymouth,  31  January,  1727, 
died  1  January,  1782. 

Nathaniel  Bradford,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  26  July,  1748,  died 
24  November,  1837;  married  about  1774  to  Rebecca  Holmes, 
born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  about  1753,  died  15  January,  1838. 

Rebecca  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  14  February,  1788,  died  Ply- 
mouth, 15  December,  1869;  married  Plymouth,  29  July,  1807, 
to  Captain  Samuel  Doten,  born  North  Yarmouth,  Maine,  11 
June,  1783,  died  Plymouth,  8  September,  1862. 

Alfred  Doten,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  21  July,  1829,  sailed  from 
Plymouth  on  bark  Yeoman,  18  March,  1849,  via  Cape  Horn, 
arrived  San  Francisco,  2  October,  1849,  a  pioneer  of  Nevada, 
died  Carson,  Nevada,  12  November,  1903;  married  Lake  Tahoe, 
California,  24  July,  1872,  to  Mary  Elizabeth  Calista  Stod- 
dard, born  Westville,  Conn.,  25  March,  1844,  died  Reno,  Nevada, 
12  March,  1914. 

Samuel  Bradford  Doten,  born  Gold  Hill,  Storey  County,  Nevada ; 
married  Reno,  Nevada,  16  June,  1915,  to  Laura  Katherine 
Schweiss. 


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SAMUEL    BRADFORD    DOTEN 
Reno,  Nevada 

John  Billington,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  about  1630;  married 
before  l605,  to  Eleanor  ,  died  after  2  March,  1643. 

Frances  Billington,  born  about  1606,  passenger  on  the  May- 
flower, died  Middleboro,  Mass.,  3  December,  1684;  married 
Plymouth,  July,  1634,  to  Christian  (Penn)  Eaton,  died  Mid- 
dleboro, Mass.,  about   1684. 

Martha  Billington,  died  Middleboro,  Mass.,  after  1684;  married 
Plymouth,  10  January,  I66O-I,  to  Samuel  Eaton,  born  1620, 
died  Middleboro,  about  1684. 

Mercy  Eaton,  married  Plymouth,  7  January,  1685-6,  to  Samuel 
Fuller,  born  about  1658,  died  Plympton,  Mass.,  6  September, 
1728. 

Ebenezer  Fuller,  born  Plymouth,  24  March,  1695,  died  Kingston, 
Mass.,  2  May,  1759;  married  Kingston,  21  June,  1721,  to 
Joanna  Gray,  born  Plymouth,  29  January,  1695-6,  died  Kings- 
ton, 25  September,  1776. 

Eunice  Fuller,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  5  May,  1736,  died  Ply- 
mouth, 4  June,  1781;  married  Kingston,  28  July,  1760,  to 
Ebenezer  Bobbins. 

Eunice  Bobbins,  born  Plymouth,  25  January,  1761,  died  North 
Yarmouth,  Maine,  4  January,  1807;  married  Plymouth,  8  June, 
1781,  to  Samuel  Doten,  born  Plymouth,  15  July,  1758,  died 
North  Yarmouth,  2  November,  1847. 

Samuel  Doten,  born  North  Yarmouth,  Maine,  11  June,  1783,  died 
Plymouth,  8  September,  1862;  married  Plymouth,  29  June,  1807, 
to  Bebecca  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  14  February,  1788,  died 
Plymouth,  14  February,  1870. 

Alfred  Doten,  born  Plymouth_j  Mass.,  21  July,  1829,  sailed  from 
Plymouth  on  bark  Yeoman,  18  March,  1849,  via  Cape  Horn, 
arrived  San  Francisco,  2  October,  1849,  a  pioneer  of  Nevada, 
died  Carson,  Nevada,  12  November,  1903;  married  Lake  Tahoe, 
California,  24  July,  1872,  to  Mary  Elizabeth  Calista  Stod- 
dard, born  Westville,  Conn.,  25  March,  1844,  died  Beno,  Nevada, 
12  March,  1914. 

Samuel  Bradford  Doten,  born  Gold  HiU,  Storey  County,  Nevada ; 
married  Beno,  Nevada,  I6  June,  1915,  to  Laura  Katherine 
Schweiss. 


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SAMUEL    BRADFORD    DOTEN 
Reno,  Nevada 

James  Chilton,  died  on  the  Mayflower  in  Cape  Cod  Harbor,  8 

December,  1620;  married  ,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  after 

1  January,  1620-1. 

Mary  Chilton,  died  Boston,  Mass.,  before  May,  1679;  married 
Plymouth,  between  July,  1623,  and  22  May,  1627,  to  John 
WiNSLOw,  baptized  Droitwich,  England,  18  April,  1597,  died 
Boston,  Mass.,  between  12  March  and  21   May,   1674. 

Mary  Winslow,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  about  1630,  died  before 
12  December,  1665;  married  Plymouth,  16  January,  1650-1,  to 
Edward  Gray,  born  about  1629,  died  Plymouth,  June,  1681. 

John  Gray,  born  Ph'mouth,  1  October,  l66l,  died  Kingston,  Mass., 
29  May,  1732;  married  Plymouth,  9  December,  1686,  to  Joanna 
Morton. 

Joanna  Gray,  born  Plymouth,  29  January,  1695-6,  died  Kingston, 
Mass.,  25  September,  1776;  married  Kingston,  21  June,  1721, 
to  Ebenezer  Fuller,  born  Plymouth,  24  March,  1695,  died 
Kingston,  2  May,  1759- 

Eunice  Fuller,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  5  May,  1736,  died  Ply- 
mouth, 4  June,  1781;  married  Kingston,  28  July,  1760,  to 
Ebenezer  Robbins. 

Eunice  Robbins,  born  Plymouth,  25  January,  1761,  died  North 
Yarmouth,  Maine,  4  January,  1807;  married  Plymouth,  8  June, 
1781,  to  Samuel  Doten,  born  Plymouth,  15  July,  1758,  died 
North  Yarmouth,  2  November,  1847. 

Samuel  Doten,  born  North  Yarmouth,  Maine,  11  June,  1783,  died 
Plymouth,  8  September,  1862;  married  Plymouth,  29  June,  1807, 
to  Rebecca  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  14  February,  1788,  died 
Plymouth,  14  February,  1870. 

Alfred  Doten,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  21  July,  1829,  sailed  from 
Plymouth  on  bark  Yeoman,  18  March,  1849,  via  Cape  Horn, 
arrived  San  Francisco,  2  October,  1849,  a  pioneer  of  Nevada, 
died  Carson,  Nevada,  12  November,  1903;  married  Lake  Tahoe, 
California,  24  July,  1872,  to  Mary  Elizabeth  Calista  Stod- 
dard, born  Westville,  Conn.,  25  March,  1844,  died  Reno,  Nevada, 
12  March,  1914. 

Samuel  Bradford  Doten,  born  Gold  Hill,  Storey  County,  Nevada; 
married   Reno,   Nevada,    16   June,    1915,   to   Laura   Katherine 

SCHWEISS. 

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SAMUEL   BRADFORD    DOTEN 
Reno,  Nevada 

Francis  Cooke,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  7  April,  1663;  married 
Leyden,  Holland,  1603,  to  Hester  Mahieu,  died  before  18 
December,  1675. 

Jacob  Cooke,  born  Holland,  about  I6l8,  died  Plymouth,  Mass., 
between  11  and  18  December,  1675;  married  Plymouth,  Mass., 
after  10  June,  1646,  to  Damaris  Hopkins,  died  Plymouth,  before 
18  November,  1669- 

Elizabeth  Cooke,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  18  January,  1647-8, 
died  Plymouth,  21  November,  1692;  married  about  1667,  to 
John  Doty,  born  about  1640,  died  Plymouth,  8  May,  1701. 

Samuel  Doty,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  31  January,  1682,  died 
probably  Plymouth,  about  1740;  married  Plymouth,  10  April, 
1727,  to  Mercy  Cobb,  born  Plymouth,  about  1705. 

Samuel  Doten,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  15  August,  1729;  married 
Plymouth,  28  June,  1753,  to  Mary  Cook. 

Samuel  Doten,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  15  July,  1758,  died  North 
Yarmouth,  Maine,  2  November,  1847;  married  Plymouth,  8  June, 
1781,  (1)  to  Eunice  Robbins,  born  Plymouth,  25  January, 
1761,  died  North  Yarmouth,  4  January,  1807. 

Samuel  Doten,  born  North  Yarmouth,  Maine,  11  June,  1783,  died 
Plymouth,  8  September,  1862;  married  Plymouth,  29  June,  1807, 
to  Rebecca  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  14  February,  1788,  died 
Plymouth,  14  February,  1870. 

Alfred  Doten,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  21  July,  1829>  sailed  from 
Plymouth  on  bark  Yeoman,  18  March,  1849,  via  Cape  Horn, 
arrived  San  Francisco,  2  October,  1849,  a  pioneer  of  Nevada, 
died  Carson,  Nevada,  12  November,  1903;  married  Lake  Tahoe, 
California,  24  July,  1872,  to  Mary  Elizabeth  Calista  Stod- 
dard, born  Westville,  Conn.,  25  March,  1844,  died  Reno,  Nevada, 
12  March,  1914. 

Samuel  Bradford  Doten,  born  Gold  HiU,  Storey  County,  Nevada; 
married   Reno,   Nevada,   16   June,    1915,  to  Laura   Katherine 

SCHWEISS. 


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SAMUEL    BRADFORD    DOTEN 
Reno,  Nevada 

Francis  Eaton,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  about  1634;  married  (1) 
Sarah  ,  probably  died  Plymouth,  about  1621. 

Samuel  Eaton,  passenger  on  the  Mayflower,  died  Middleboro, 
Mass.,  about  1684;  married  (2)  Plymouth,  10  January,  1660-1, 
to  Martha  Billington,  died  Middleboro,  after  1684. 

Mercy  Eaton,  married  Plymouth,  7  January,  1685-6,  to  Samuel 
Fuller,  born  about  1658,  died  Plympton,  Mass.,  6  September, 
1728. 

Ebenezer  Fuller,  born  Plymouth,  24  March,  1695,  died  Kingston, 
Mass.,  2  May,  1759;  married  Kingston,  21  June,  1721,  to 
Joanna  Gray,  born  Plymouth,  29  January,  1695-6,  died  Kings- 
ton, 25  September,  1776. 

Eunice  Fuller,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  5  May,  1736,  died  Ply- 
mouth, 4  June,  1781;  married  Kingston,  28  July,  1760,  to 
Ebenezer  Robbins. 

Eunice  Bobbins,  born  Plymouth,  25  January,  1761,  died  North 
Yarmouth,  Maine,  4  January,  1807;  married  Plymouth,  8  June, 
1781,  to  Samuel  Doten,  born  Plymouth,  15  July,  1758,  died 
North  Yarmouth,  2  November,  1847. 

Samuel  Doten,  born  North  Yarmouth,  Maine,  11  June,  1783,  died 
Plymouth,  8  September,  1862;  married  Plymouth,  29  June,  1807, 
to  Rebecca  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  14  February,  1788,  died 
Plymouth,  14  February,  1870. 

Alfred  Doten,  born  Plymouth^  Mass.,  21  July,  1829,  sailed  from 
Plymouth  on  bark  Yeoman,  18  March,  1849,  via  Cape  Horn, 
arrived  San  Francisco,  2  October,  1849,  a  pioneer  of  Nevada, 
died  Carson,  Nevada,  12  November,  1903;  married  Lake  Tahoe, 
California,  24  July,  1872,  to  Mary  Elizabeth  Calista  Stod- 
dard, born  Westville,  Conn.,  25  March,  1844,  died  Reno,  Nevada, 
12  March,  1914. 

Samuel  Bradford  Doten,  born  Gold  Hill,  Storey  County,  Nevada; 
married  Reno,  Nevada,  16  June,  1915,  to  Laura  Katherine 
Schweiss. 


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SAMUEL   BRADFORD    DOTEN 
Reno,  Nevada 

Samuel  Fuller,  baptized  in  England,  29  January,  1580,  died 
Plymouth,  Mass.,  about  1633;  married  Holland,  27  May,  I6l7, 
to  Bridget  Lee,  passenger  on  ship  Ann,  arrived  Plymouth,  1623. 

The  Rev.  Samuel  Fuller,  born  Plymouth,  about  1625,  died  Mid- 
dleboro,  17  August,  1695;  married  Middleboro,  Mass.,  to  Eliza- 
beth Brewster,  died  Plympton,  Mass.,  11  November,  1713. 

Samuel  Fuller,  born  about  1658,  died  Plympton,  Mass.,  6  Sep- 
tember, 1728;  married  Plymouth,  7  January,  1685-6,  to  Mercy 
Eaton. 

Ebenezer  Fuller,  born  Plymouth,  24  March,  1695,  died  Kingston, 
Mass.,  2  May,  1759;  married  Kingston^  21  June,  1721,  to 
Joanna  Gray,  born  Plymouth,  29  January^  1695-6,  died  Kings- 
ton, 25  September,  1776. 

Eunice  Fuller,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  5  May,  1736,  died  Ply- 
mouth, 4  June,  1781;  married  Kingston,  28  July,  1760,  to 
Ebenezer  Robbins. 

Eunice  Robbins,  born  Plymouth,  25  January,  1761,  died  North 
Yarmouth,  Maine,  4  January,  1807;  married  Plymouth,  8  June, 
1781,  to  Samuel  Doten,  born  Plymouth,  15  July,  1758,  died 
North  Yarmouth,  2  November,  1847. 

Samuel  Doten,  born  North  Yarmouth,  Maine,  11  June,  1783,  died 
Plymouth,  8  September,  1862;  married,  Plymouth,  29  June,  1807, 
to  Rebecca  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  14  February,  1788,  died 
Plymouth,  14  February,  1870. 

Alfred  Doten,  born  Plymouth_j  Mass.,  21  July,  1829,  sailed  from 
Plymouth  on  bark  Yeoman,  18  March,  1849,  via  Cape  Horn, 
arrived  San  Francisco,  2  October,  1849,  a  pioneer  of  Nevada, 
died  Carson,  Nevada,  12  November,  1903;  married  Lake  Tahoe, 
California,  24  July,  1872,  to  Mary  Elizabeth  Calista  Stod- 
dard, born  Westville,  Conn.,  25  March,  1844,  died  Reno,  Nevada, 
12  March,  1914. 

Samuel  Bradford  Doten,  born  Gold  Hill,  Storey  County,  Nevada; 
married   Reno,   Nevada,    16   June,    1915,   to   Laura   Katherine 

ScHWEISS. 


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SAMUEL   BRADFORD    DOTEN 
Reno,  Nevada 

Stephen  Hopkins,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  between  6  June  and  17 
July,  1644;  married  (2)  to  Elizabeth  . 

Damaris  Hopkins,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  18  November, 
1669;  married  Plymouth,  after  10  June,  1646,  to  Jacob  Cooke, 
born  Holland,  about  l6l8,  died  Plymouth,  between  11  and  18 
December,  1675. 

Elizabeth  Cooke,  born  Plymouth,  18  January,  1647-8,  died  Ply- 
mouth, 21  November,  1692;  married  about  1667  to  John  Doty, 
born  about  1640,  died  Plymouth,  8  May,  1701. 

Samuel  Doty,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  31  January,  1682,  died 
probably  Plymouth,  about  1740;  married  Plymouth,  10  April, 
1727,  to  Mercy  Cobb,  born  Plymouth,  about  1705. 

Samuel  Doten,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  15  August,  1729;  married 
Plymouth,  28  June,  1753,  to  Mary  Cook. 

Samuel  Doten,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  15  July,  1758,  died  North 
Yarmouth,  Maine,  2  November,  1847;  married  Plymouth,  8  June, 
1781,  (1)  to  Eunice  Robbins,  born  Plymouth,  25  January, 
1761,  died  North  Yarmouth,  4  January,  1807. 

Samuel  Doten,  born  North  Yarmouth,  Maine,  11  June,  1783,  died 
Plymouth,  8  September,  1862;  married  Plymouth,  29  June,  1807, 
to  Rebecca  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  14  February,  1788,  died 
Plymouth,  14  February,  1870. 

Alfred  Doten,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  21  July,  1829,  sailed  from 
Plymouth  on  bark  Yeoman,  18  March,  1849,  via  Cape  Horn, 
arrived  San  Francisco,  2  October,  1849,  a  pioneer  of  Nevada, 
died  Carson,  Nevada,  12  November,  1903;  married  Lake  Tahoe, 
California,  24  July,  1872,  to  Mary  Elizabeth  Calista  Stod- 
dard, born  Westville,  Conn.,  25  March,  1844,  died  Reno,  Nevada, 
12  March,  1914. 

Samuel  Bradford  Doten,  born  Gold  Hill,  Storey  County,  Nevada ; 
married  Reno,  Nevada,  l6  June,  1915,  to  Laura  Kathehink 
Schweiss. 


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California  No.  54  General  No.  3088 

SAMUEL    BRADFORD    DOTEN 
Reno,  Nevada 

John  Rowland,  born  about  1593,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  23  Feb- 
ruary, 1672-3;  married  Plymouth,  before  1624,  to  Elizabeth 
TiLLEY,  daughter  of  John  and  Elizabeth  Tilley  (all  passen- 
gers on  the  Mayflower),  born  about  1607,  died  Swansea,  Mass., 
21  December,  1687. 

Hope  Rowland,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  about  1629,  died  Barns- 
table, Mass.,  8  January,  1683;  married  John  Chipman,  probably 
born  Brinspittell,  England,  about  1621,  died  Sandwich,  Mass., 
7  April,  1708. 

Ruth  Chipman,  born  Barnstable,  Mass.,  31  December,  1663,  died 
Barnstable,  8  April,  1698;  married  Barnstable,  7  April,  1682, 
to  Eleazer  Crocker,  born  Barnstable,  21  July,  1650,  died 
Barnstable,  about  1723. 

Rebecca  Crocker,  born  Barnstable,  Mass.,  10  December,  1697, 
died  between  7  March,  1740,  and  2  April,  1744;  married  Barns- 
table, 22  October,  1718,  to  Jeduthan  Robbins,  born  Plymouth, 
23  April,   1694,  died  Plympton,  Mass.,  15  December,  1740. 

Ebenezer  Robbins,  married  Kingston,  Mass.,  28  July,  1760,  to 
Eunice  Fuller,  born  Kingston,  5  May,  1736,  died  Plymouth, 
4  June,  1781. 

Eunice  Robbins,  born  Plymouth,  25  January,  1761,  died  North 
Yarmouth,  Maine,  4  January,  1807;  married  Plymouth,  8  June, 
1781,  to  Samuel  Doten,  born  Plymouth,  15  July,  1758,  died 
North  Yarmouth,  2  November,  1847. 

Samuel  Doten,  born  North  Yarmouth,  Maine,  11  June,  1783,  died 
Plymouth,  8  September,  1862;  married,  Plymouth,  29  June,  1807, 
to  Rebecca  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  14  February,  1788,  died 
Plymouth,  14  February,  1870. 

Alfred  Doten,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  21  July,  1829,  sailed  from 
Plymouth  on  Bark  Yeoman,  18  March,  1849,  via  Cape  Rom, 
arrived  San  Francisco,  2  October,  1849,  a  pioneer  of  Nevada,  died 
Carson,  Nevada,  12  November,  1903;  married,  Lake  Tahoe,  Cali- 
fornia, 24  July,  1872,  to  Mary  Elizabeth  Calista  Stoddard,  born 
Westville,  Conn.,  25  March,  1844,  died  Reno,  Nevada,  12  March, 
1914. 

Samuel  Bradford  Doten,  born  Gold  Rill,  Storey  County,  Nevada; 
married  Reno,  Nevada,  16  June,  1915,  to  Laura  Katherine 
Schweiss. 

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California  No.  54  General  No.  3088 

SAMUEL   BRADFORD    DOTEN 
Reno,  Nevada 

Richard  Warren,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  1628;  married  before 
l6ll  to  Elizabeth  ,  died  Plymouth,  2  October,  1678. 

Mary  Warren,  born  in  England,  before  1612,  died  Plymouth, 
27  March,  1683;  married  to  Robert  Bartlett,  died  Plymouth, 
between  19  September  and  29  October,  1676. 

Joseph  Bartlett,  born  Plymouth,  about  1639,  died  Plymouth, 
18  February,  1711-2;  married  to  Hannah  Pope,  born  Plymouth, 
about  1639,  died  Plymouth,  12  March,  1710-11. 

Hannah  Bartlett,  died  after  1712;  married  to  Joseph  Sylves- 
ter, born  Scituate,  Mass.,  about  1664,  died  after  1712. 

Hannah  Sylvester,  born  Plymouth,  15  March,  1692,  died  Ply- 
mouth, 7  April,  1758;  married  about  1711  to  Eleazer  Holmes, 
born  Plymouth,  about    1688,  died  Plymouth,   21    August,   1754. 

Ichabod  Holmes,  born  Plymouth,  17  February,  1725-6,  died  Ply- 
mouth, 10  April,  1817;  married  Plymouth,  25  October,  1747,  to 
Rebecca  Ellis,  born  about  1728,  died  Plymouth,  25  July,  1803. 

Rebecca  Holmes,  born  Plymouth,  about  1753,  died  Plymouth,  15 
June,  1838;  married  about  1774  to  Nathaniel  Bradford,  born 
Plymouth,  25  July,   1748,  died  Plymouth,  24   November,   1837. 

Rebecca  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  14  February,  1788,  died  Ply- 
mouth, 15  February,  1870;  married  Plymouth,  29  June,  1807, 
to  Captain  Samuel  Doten,  born  North  Yarmouth,  Maine,  11 
June,  1783,  died  Plymouth,  8  September,  1862. 

Alfred  Doten,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  21  July,  1829,  sailed  from 
Plymouth  on  Bark  Yeoman,  18  March,  1849,  via  Cape  Horn, 
arrived  San  Francisco,  2  October,  1849,  a  pioneer  of  Nevada,  died 
Carson,  Nevada,  12  November,  1903;  married.  Lake  Tahoe,  Cali- 
fornia, 24  July,  1872,  to  Mary  Elizabeth  Calista  Stoddard,  born 
Westville,  Conn.,  25  March,  1844,  died  Reno,  Nevada,  12  March, 
1914. 

Samuel  Bradford  Doten,  born  Gold  Hill,  Storey  County,  Nevada ; 
married  Reno,  Nevada,  16  June,  1915,  to  Laura  Katherine 
Schweiss. 


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California  No.  55  General  No.  314-8 

EMMA    FRANCES  (ORR)  ALLEN 

MRS.  WOODSON  ALLEN 

Berkeley,  California 

William  Brewster,  born  (probably)  Scrooby,  England,  1566-7, 
died  Plymouth,  10  April,  1644;  married  before  1593,  to  Mary 
,  born  1568-9,  died  Plymouth,  17  April,  1627. 

Jonathan  Brewster,  born  Scrooby,  England,  12  August,  1593, 
died  New  London,  Conn.,  7  August,  1659;  married  Plymouth, 
Mass.,  10  April,  1624,  to  Lucretia  Oldham,  died  New  London, 
4  March,  1678-9. 

Grace  Brewster,  born  Duxbury,  1  November,  1639,  died  New 
London,  Conn.,  22  April,  1684;  married  New  London,  4  August. 
1659,  to  Daniel  Wetherell,  born  Maidstone,  Kent,  England. 
29  November,  1630,  died  New  London,  14  April,  1719. 

Mary  (Wetherell)  Harris,  born  New  London,  7  October,  I668, 
died  New  London,  22  August,  1711 ;  married  New  London,  about 
1694,  to  George  Denison,  born  (probably)  Stonington,  Conn., 
28  March,  1671,  died  New  London,  22  January,  1720. 

BoRADEL  Denison,  born  New  London,  Conn.,  14  May,  1701 ;  mar- 
ried New  London,  6  April,  1721,  to  Jonathan  Latimer. 

Henry  Latimer,  born  New  London,  Conn.,  28  February,  1736-7, 
died  18  February,  1825;  married  New  London,  11  August,  1765, 
to  Sarah  Christophers,  born  9  April,  1745,  died  13  December, 
1803. 

Jerusha  Latimer,  born  New  London,  23  July,  1786,  died  Nor- 
wich, N.  Y.,  18  August,  1885;  married  25  December,  1816,  to 
Henry  Bradford  Latham,  born  Stonington,  Conn.,  4  June, 
1790,  died  Guilford,  N.  Y.,  22  June,  1853. 

Ellen  Holdridge  Latham,  born  Guilford,  N.  Y.,  14  May,  1829, 
died  Topeka,  Kas.,  9  November,  1907;  married  Norwich,  N.  Y., 
25  February,  1858,  to  Samuel  Orr,  born  Tyrone  County,  Ire- 
land, 14  August,  1832,  died  Junction  City,  Kas.,  4  October,  19OO. 

Emma  Frances  Orr,  born  Junction  City,  Kas.;  married  Junction 
City,  Kas.,  24  November,  1884,  to  Woodson  Allen,  M.  D.,  born 
Greene  County,  Kentucky. 


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California  No.  56  General  No.  3177 

MISS  GOODWIN  STODDARD  DOTENt 
Reno,  Nevada 

Edward  Doty^  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  23  August,  1655;  married 
Plymouth,  6  January,  1634,  to  Faith  Clark,  buried  Marshfield^ 
Mass.,  21  December,  1675. 

John  Doty,  born  about  1639-40,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  8  May, 
1701;  married  (1)  about  1667  to  Elizabeth  Cooke,  born  18 
January,  1648-9,  died  21  November,  1692. 

Samuel  Doty,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  31  January,  1682,  died 
probably  Plymouth,  about  1740;  married  Plymouth,  10  April, 
1727,  to  Mercy  Cobb,  born  Plymouth,  about  1705. 

Samuel  Doten,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  15  August,  1729;  married 
Plymouth,  28  June,  1753,  to  Mary  Cook. 

Samuel  Doten,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  15  July,  1758,  died  North 
Yarmouth,  Maine,  2  November,  1847;  married  Plymouth,  8  June, 
1781,  (1)  to  Eunice  Robbins,  born  Plymouth,  25  January, 
1761,  died  North  Yarmouth,  4  January,  1807. 

Samuel  Doten,  born  North  Yarmouth,  Maine,  11  June,  1783,  died 
Plymouth,  8  September,  1862;  married  Plymouth,  29  June,  1807, 
to  Rebecca  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  14  February,  1788,  died 
Plymouth,  14  February,  1870. 

Alfred  Doten,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  21  July,  1829,  sailed  from 
Plymouth  on  bark  Yeoman,  18  March,  1849,  via  Cape  Horn, 
arrived  San  Francisco,  2  October,  1849,  a  pioneer  of  Nevada, 
died  Carson,  Nevada,  12  November,  1903;  married  Lake  Tahoe, 
California,  24  July,  1872,  to  Mary  Elizabeth  Calista  Stod- 
dard, born  Westville,  Conn.,  25  March,  1844,  died  Reno,  Nevada, 
12  March,  1914. 

Samuel  Bradford  Doten,  born  Gold  Hill,  Storey  County,  Nevada ; 
married  Reno,  Nevada,  16  June,  1915,  to  Laura  Katherine 
Schweiss. 

Goodwin  Stoddard  Doten,  born  Gold  Hill,  Nev.,  5  December, 
1880,  died  Reno,  Nev.,  25  March,  1911. 


t  Deceased. 

Note. — Samuel  Bradford*  Doten  and  Miss  Goodwin  Stoddard'  Doten.  above, 
were  brother  and  sister,  children  of  Alfred'  Doten.  The  paragraph  giving  the 
record  of  Samuel  Bradford  Doten  was  printed  on  this  page,  In  error. 


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California  No.  57  General  No.  3186 

HARRIET    BORADEL  (ORR)  LATIMER 

MRS.  JAMES   WILLIAM   LATIMER 

Portland,  Oregon 

William  Brewster^  born  (probably)  Scrooby,  England,  1566-7, 
died  Plymouth,  10  April,  1644;  married  before  1593,  to  Mary 
,  born  1568-9,  died  Plymouth,  17  April,  1627. 

Jonathan  Brewster,  born  Scrooby,  England,  12  August,  1593, 
died  New  London,  Conn.,  7  August,  1659;  married  Plymouth, 
Mass.,  10  April,  1624,  to  Lucretia  Oldham,  died  New  London, 
4  March,  1678-9. 

Grace  Brewster,  born  Duxbury,  1  November,  1639,  died  New 
London,  Conn.,  22  April,  1684;  married  New  London,  4  August, 
1659,  to  Daniel  Wetherell,  born  Maidstone,  Kent,  England, 
29  November,  1630,  died  New  London,  14  April,  1719. 

Mary  (Wetherell)  Harris,  born  New  London,  7  October,  I668, 
died  New  London,  22  August,  1711 ;  married  New  London,  about 
1694,  to  George  Denison,  born  (probably)  Stonington,  Conn., 
28  March,  1671,  died  New  London,  22  January,  1720. 

Boradel  Denison,  born  New  London,  Conn.,  14  May,  1701 ;  mar- 
ried New  London,  6  April,  1721,  to  Jonathan  Latimer. 

Henry  Latimer,  born  New  London,  Conn.,  28  February,  1736-7, 
died  18  February,  1825;  married  New  London,  11  August,  1765, 
to  Sarah  Christophers,  born  9  April,  1745,  died  13  December, 
1803. 

Jerusha  Latimer,  born  New  London,  23  July,  1786,  died  Nor- 
wich, N.  Y.,  18  August,  1885;  married  25  December,  1816,  to 
Henry  Bradford  Latham,  born  Stonington,  Conn.,  4  June, 
1790,  died  Guilford,  N.  Y.,  22  June,  1853. 

Ellen  Holdridge  Latham,  born  Guilford,  N.  Y.,  14  May,  1829, 
died  Topeka,  Kas.,  9  November,  1907;  married  Norwich,  N.  Y., 
25  February,  1858,  to  Samuel  Orr,  born  Tyrone  County,  Ire- 
land, 14  August,  1832,  died  Junction  City,  Kas.,  4  October,  19OO. 

Harriet  Boradel  Orr,  born  Junction  City,  Kas. ;  married  Junction 
City,  Kas.,  13  September,  1887,  to  James  William  Latimer, 
born  Penn  Yan,  N.  Y. 


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California  No.  58  General  No.  SI 87 

ESTELLE    SOPHIA  (RAWSON)  FENNIMORE 

MRS.  WATSON  DANA  FENNIMORE 

San  Francisco,  California 

John  Alden,  born  about  1599,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  12  Septem- 
ber, 1687;  married  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  1624,  to  Priscilla 
MuLLiNs  (daughter  of  William  and  Alice  Mullins,  passengers 
on  the  Mayflower),  died  after  1650. 

Ruth  Alden,  died  Braintree,  Mass.,  12  October,  1674;  married 
(probably)  Duxbury,  3  February,  1657,  to  John  Bass,  born 
about  1632,  died  Braintree,  12  September,  1716. 

John  Bass,  born  Braintree,  Mass.,  20  November,  1658,  died  Brain- 
tree, 30  September,  1724;  married  Braintree,  to  Abigail  Adams, 
born  Braintree,  27  February,  1658,  died  Braintree,  26  October, 
1696. 

John  Bass,  born  Braintree,  8  June,  1688;  married  Braintree,  21 
June,  1716,  to  Hannah  Neale,  born  Braintree,  15  March, 
1691-2,  died  Braintree,  15  May,  1761. 

Hannah  Bass,  born  Braintree,  12  March,  1732;  married  Brain- 
tree, 28  August,  1750,  to  JosiAH  Rawson,  born  Braintree,  31 
January,  1727,  died  Warwick,  Mass.,  24  February,  1812. 

Lemuel  Rawson,  born  18  January,  1767,  died  Fremont,  Ohio,  2 
December,  1851;  married  Warwick,  Mass.,  8  September,  1791, 
to  Sarah  Barrus,  of  Richmond,  N.  H.,  born  18  October,  1770, 
died  2  September,  1844. 

La  Quinio  Rawson,  born  Evening  Grant,  Franklin  County,  Mass., 
14  September,  1804,  died  Fremont,  Ohio,  15  September,  1888; 
married  Maumee  City,  Ohio,  8  July,  1829,  to  Sophia  Beau- 
grand,  born  Detroit,  Mich.,  1811,  died  Fremont,  Ohio,  20  May, 
1882. 

Milton  Edmond  Rawson,  born  Fremont,  Ohio,  2  January,  1831, 
died  Fremont,  17  December,  1880;  married  Fremont,  14  Sep- 
tember, 1858,  to  Julia  Kridler,  born  Fremont,  31  May,  1835, 
died  San  Francisco,  California,  2  May,  I916. 

Estelle  Sophia  Rawson,  born  Fremont,  Ohio;  married  Cleveland, 
Ohio,  7  December,  1882,  to  Watson  Dana  Fennimore^  bom 
Fremont,  Ohio. 


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California  No.  59  General  No.  SI 88 

LYSANDER   VALENTINE   CUSHMAN 
Oakland,  California 

Isaac  Allerton,  born  about  1586,  died  New  Haven,  Conn.,  be- 
tween 1  and  12  February,  1658-9;  married  Leyden,  Holland, 
4  November,  l6ll,  to  Mary  Norris,  died  Plymouth,  25  Feb- 
ruary, 1620-21. 

Mary  Allerton,  born  Leyden,  Holland,  died  Plymouth,  Mass., 
28  November,  1699;  married  Plymouth,  about  1636,  to  Thomas 
Cushman,  born  February,  1608,  died  Plymouth,  10  or  11  De- 
cember, 1691- 

Thomas  Cushman,  born  Plymouth,  September,  l6S7,  died  Plymp- 
ton,  23  August,  1726;  married  Plymouth,  17  November,  1664, 
to  Ruth  Howland,  died  between  1672  and  1679- 

Robert  Cushman,  born  Plymouth,  4  October,  1664,  died  Kingston, 

Mass.,  7  September,  1757;  married  about  1697  to  Persis , 

born  about  1670,  died  Kingston,  14  January,  1743-4. 

Joshua  Cushman,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  14  October,  1707,  died 
Marshfield,  Mass.,  25  March,  1764;  married  (2)  5  March,  1752, 
to  Deborah  Ford,  born  about  1718,  died  1  July,  1789- 

MiAL  Cushman,  born  23  May,  1753,  died  New  Bedford,  Mass., 
27  January,  1817;  married  Salome  Atwood,  born  about  1759, 
died  18  January,  1822. 

Azariah  Cushman,  born  North  Fairhaven,  Mass.,  19  May,  1800, 
died  North  Fairhaven,  19  February,  1881;  married  New  Bed- 
ford, November,  1822,  to  Eliza  Valentine,  born  New  Bedford, 
3  August,  1804,  died  New  Bedford,  20  August,  1890. 

Lysander  Valentine  Cushman,  born  New  Fairhaven,  Mass.,  pas- 
senger by  steamer  Sierra  Nevada,  arrived  San  Francisco,  Cali- 
fornia, September,  1853;  married,  first.  New  Bedford,  Mass.,  23 
October,  1851,  to  Hetty  Cummings  Booth,  born  Dartmouth, 
Mass.,  8  September,  1829,  died  on  farm  near  Newville,  Cali- 
fornia, 11  March,  1896;  married,  second,  Oakland,  California, 
to  Adelia  Adaline  Burson  Fairchild,  born  Bath,  111. 


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California  No.  60  General  No.  3206 

FREDERICK    LEONARD    BROWN 
Pasadena,  California 

William  Brewster,  probably  born  Scrooby,  England,  1566-7,  died 
Plymouth,  Mass.,  10  April,  1644;  married  before  1593  to  Mary 
,  born  1568-9,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,   17  April,   1627. 

Patience  Brewster,  probably  born  Scrooby,  England,  died  Ply- 
mouth, Mass.,  1634;  married  Plymouth,  5  August,  1624,  to 
Thomas  Prence,  born  about  l601,  died  Plymouth,  29  March, 
1673. 

Mercy  Prence,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  about  1631,  died  Eastham, 
Mass.,  28  September,  1711;  married  Sandwich,  Mass.,  13  or  14 
February,  1649-50,  to  John  Freeman,  born  about  1621,  died 
Eastham,  28  October,  1719- 

John  Freeman,  born  Eastham,  Mass.,  December,  1651,  died  Har- 
wich, Mass.,  27  July,  1721;  married  Eastham,  18  December, 
1672,  to  Sarah  Merrick,  born  1  August,  1654,  died  Eastham, 
21  April,  1696. 

John  Freeman,  born  Eastham,  Mass.,  July,  1678;  married  about 
1701  to  Mercy  Watson. 

Thankful  Freeman,  born  Harwich,  Mass.,  6  October,  1714;  mar- 
ried Rochester,  Mass.,  25  September,  1732,  to  Barnabas  Sears, 
born  Yarmouth,  Mass.,  5  April,  1714,  died  Brookfield,  Mass., 
about  1741. 

Stephen  Sears,  born  about  1736,  died  North  Dennis,  Mass.,  24 
May,  1815;  married  Yarmouth,  Mass.,  24  November,  1757,  to 
Lydia  Sears,  born  Harwich,  17  April,  1734,  died  North  Dennis, 
8  March,  1792. 

Priscilla  Sears,  born  Yarmouth,  Mass.,  13  August,  1768,  died 
New  Sharon,  Maine,  10  November,  1855;  married  Yarmouth,  10 
December,  1789,  to  James  Howes,  born  Yarmouth,  5  November, 
1764,  died  New  Sharon,  Maine,  11  September,  1846. 

Lydia  Howes,  born  New  Sharon,  Maine,  31  December,  1793,  died 
Oldtown,  Maine,  19  October,  1857;  married  Orono,  Maine,  30 
March,  1815,  to  Oliver  Gould,  born  Tyngsborough,  Mass.,  3 
June,  1791,  died  Oldtown,  Maine,  2  February,  1851. 

Permelia  Ann  Gould,  born  Dutton,  Maine,  20  July,  1833,  died 
La  Jolla,  California,  15  September,  1909;  married  Oconto,  Wis., 
28  February,  1861,  to  Augusta  Carmi  Brown,  born  Fort  Ann, 
N.  Y.,  10  February,  1833,  died  Marietta,  Wis.,   1   June,   1890. 

Frederick  Leonard  Brown,  born  Marietta,  Wis.;  married  Beth- 
ayres,  Penn.,  14  October,  1890,  to  Marian  Maud  Walton,  born 
Huntington  Valley,  Penn. 

Note. — For   the   family  record   of   Frederick   Leonard"   Brown,   above,    see 
Appendix,  page  189. 

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California  No.  6l  General  No.  8240 

FESTUS    CUSHMAN    LEWIS 
Fowler,  California 

Isaac  Allerton,  born  about  1586,  died  New  Haven,  Conn.,  be- 
tween 1  and  12  February,  1658-9;  married  Leyden,  Holland, 
4  November,  l6ll,  to  Mary  Norris,  died  Plymouth,  25  Feb- 
ruary, 1620-21. 

Mary  Allerton,  born  Leyden,  Holland,  died  Plymouth,  Mass., 
28  November,  1699;  married  Plymouth,  about  1636,  to  Thomas 
Cushman,  born  February,  1608,  died  Plymouth,  10  or  11  De- 
cember, 1691. 

Eleazer  Cushman,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  20  February,  1656-7; 
married  Plymouth,  12  January,   1687-8,  to  Elizabeth  Coombs. 

John  Cushman,  born  Plymouth,  13  August,  1690;  married  19 
January,  1715,  to  Joanna  Pratt. 

Charles  Cushman,  born  Plymouth,  died  Rutland,  Vt.,  September, 
1791 ;  married  to  Mary  Harvey,  died  Georgia,  Vt.,  January, 
1810. 

Isaac  Cushman,  died  Rutland,  Vt.,  May  or  June,  1783;  married 
to  Lois  ,  died  after  May,  1783. 

Ethiel  Cushman,  born  Rutland,  Vt.,  16  March,  1771,  died  Jack- 
son County,  Mich.,  27  February,  1852;  married  31  March,  1791, 
to  Anna  Fenton,  born  12  April,  1772,  died  17  September,  1848. 

Joseph  Fenton  Cushman,  born  Rutland,  Vt.,  28  January,  1796, 
died  Albion,  Mich.,  14  October,  1868;  married  Rutland  County, 
Vt.,  26  June,  1817,  to  Rebecca  Greene,  born  Ashburnham, 
Mass.,  15  June,  1795,  died  Arlington,  Mich.,  2  June,  1865. 

Martha  E.  Cushman,  born  Covington,  N.  Y.,  20  December,  1837, 
removed  to  California,  by  rail,  arrived  20  May,  1875,  died  San 
Francisco,  California,  19  February,  1883;  married  Ann  Arbor, 
Mich.,  24  September,  1859,  to  Festus  Cone  Lewis,  born  near 
Batavia,  Genesee  County,  N.  Y.,  12  August,  1829,  died  San 
Francisco,  21  April,  1884. 

Festus  Cushman  Lewis,  born  Ann  Arbor,  Mich. ;  married  Oakland, 
California,  21  December,  1886,  to  Alice  Louise  Thompson,  born 
Ann  Arbor,  Mich.,  removed  to  California,  January,  1883-4. 


Note. — For  the  will  of  Isaac*  Cushman,  above,  see  Appendix,  pages  195-97. 


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California  No.  62  General  No.  324-1 

MISS  REBECCA  SOPHIA  MAYO* 
Santa  Rosa,  California 

William  Brewster,  probably  born  Scrooby,  England,  1566-7,  died 
Plymouth,  Mass.,  10  April,  1644;  married  before  1593  to  Mary 
,  born  1568-9,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  17  April,  1627. 

Patience  Brewster,  probably  born  Scrooby,  England,  died  Ply- 
mouth, Mass.,  1634;  married  Plymouth,  5  August,  1624,  to 
Thomas  Prence,  born  about  1601,  died  Plymouth,  29  March, 
1673. 

Mercy  Prence,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  about  1631,  died  Eastham, 
Mass.,  28  September,  1711;  married  Sandwich,  Mass.,  13  or  14 
February,  1649-50,  to  John  Freeman,  born  about  1621,  died 
Eastham,  28  October,  1719- 

Bennett  Freeman,  born  Eastham,  Mass.,  7  March,  1670-1,  died 
Eastham,  13  May,  1716;  married  Eastham,  14  March,  1689,  to 
John  Paine,  born  Eastham,  14  March,  1660-1,  died  Eastham, 
18  October,  1731. 

Mary  Paine,  born  Eastham,  Mass.,  28  January,  1692-3,  died  1770; 
married  Eastham,  9  October,  1712,  to  Samuel  Freeman,  born 
Eastham,  1  September,  1688,  died  Eastham,  30  May,  1751. 

Barnabas  Freeman,  born  Eastham,  23  February,  1736-7,  died 
Eastham,  17  January,  1781;  married  Eastham,  3  November, 
1763,  to  Bethiah  Knowles. 

Abigail  Freeman,  born  Eastham,  about  1771,  died  Eastham,  16 
February,  1816;  married  Eastham,  23  October,  1796,  to  Thomas 
Cobb. 

Elisha  Cobb,  born  Eastham,  15  September,  1803,  died  Eastham, 
9  November,  1883;  married  Orleans,  Mass.,  November,  1828,  (2) 
to  Sophia  Kenrick,  born  Orleans,  29  October,  1805,  died  East- 
ham, 23  October,  1833. 

Thankful  Sophia  Cobb,  born  Eastham,  11  March,  1830;  married 
Orleans,  Mass.,  26  November,  1853,  to  Elisha  Frank  Mayo, 
born  Orleans,  20  November,  1829,  died  Orleans,  23  August,  1859- 

Rebecca  Sophia  Mayo,  born  Orleans,  Mass. 

*  Resigned. 


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California  No.  63  General  No.  S283 

THEODORE    GRAY 
Berkeley,  California 

William  Brewster,  probably  born  Scrooby,  England,  1656-7,  died 
Plymouth,  Mass.,  10  April,  1644;  married  before  1593  to  Mary 
,  born  1658-9,  died  Plymouth,  17  April,  1627. 

Love  Brewster,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  before  31  January,  1650-1; 
married  Plymouth,  15  May,  1634,  to  Sarah  Collier,  born  about 
161 6,  died  Plymouth,  26  April,  1691. 

William  Brewster,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  1645-6,  died  Duxbury, 
Mass.,  3  November,  1723;  married  Duxbury,  2  January,  1672,  to 
Lydia  Partridge,  died  Duxbury,  2  February,   1742-3. 

William  Brewster,  born  Duxbury,  4  May,  1683,  died  Lebanon, 
Conn.,  26  December,  1768;  married  Duxbury,  Mass.,  20  May, 
1708,  to  Hopestill  Wadsworth,  born  about  1690,  died  Lebanon, 
Conn.,  25  March,  1775. 

Elisha  Brewster,  born  Duxbury,  29  October,  1715,  died  Middle- 
town,  Conn.,  26  March,  1789;  married  Middletown,  Conn.,  30 
September,  1742,  to  Lucy  Yeomans,  born  Middletown,  baptized 
15  September,  1722,  died  Middletown,  15  August,  1775. 

Sarah  Brewster,  born  Middletown,  Conn.,  20  November,  1754, 
died  Middletown,  5  July,  1827;  married  Middletown,  4  October, 
1773,  to  Oliver  Wetmore,  born  Middletown,  baptized  24  May, 
1752,  died  Middletown,  1   December,  1798. 

Chauncey  Wetmore,  born  Middletown,  Conn.,  5  June,  1790,  died 
Middletown,  25  May,  1872;  married  MiddletoM'n,  9  October, 
1817,  to  Rebecca  Hubbard,  born  Middletown,  1  December,  1795, 
died  Middletown,  13  September,  1885, 

Lucy  Wetmore,  born  Middletown,  Conn.,  24  December,  1820,  died 
Benicia,  California,  2  July,  1879;  married  Middletown,  Conn., 
14  December,  1847,  to  Samuel  Cotton  Gray,  born  Boston, 
Mass.,  11  October,  1816,  removed  to  Baltimore  in  1833,  passen- 
ger (with  his  wife)  from  New  York,  15  March,  1849,  by  steamer 
Crescent  City  to  Chagres  River,  by  steamer  Orus  to  Gorgona, 
and  by  mustangs  to  Panama,  thence,  17  May,  1849,  by  steamer 
Panama  (her  first  trip),  arrived  San  Diego,  1  June,  1849,  and 
San  Francisco,  California,  4  June,  1849,  died  Benicia,  California, 
19  June,   1892. 

Theodore  Gray,  born  Benicia,  California;  married  San  Francisco, 
1  March,  1884,  to  Anna  Turner  Farnsworth,  born  Benicia, 
California. 

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California  No.  64  General  No.  3284 

HOMER    FOLGER 
Pullman,  Washington 

John  Rowland,  born  about  1593,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  23  Feb- 
ruary, 1672-3;  married  Plymouth,  before  1624,  to  Elizabeth 
TiLLEY  (daughter  John  and  Elizabeth  Tilley,  passengers  on 
the  Mayflower),  born  about  l607,  died  Swansea,  Mass.,  21 
December,  1687. 

Desire  Rowland,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  22  May,  1627, 
died  Barnstable,  Mass.,  13  October,  1683;  married,  about  1643, 
to  John  Gorham,  born  about  1621,  buried  Swansea,  Mass.,  5 
February,  1675. 

Shubael  Gorham,  born  Barnstable,  Mass.,  21  October,  1667,  died 
Yarmouth,  Mass.,  about  1750;  married  Nantucket,  Mass.,  May, 
1695,  to  PuELLA   Hussey,  bom   Nantucket,    10   October,    1677. 

Lydia  Gorham,  born  Barnstable,  Mass.,  14  May,  1701,  died  Nan- 
tucket, Mass.,  1  March,  1763;  married  Nantucket,  8  September, 
1720,  to  Joseph  Worth,  died  Nantucket,   14th,  7th  mo.,  1790. 

Joseph  Worth,  born  Nantucket,  Mass.,  29  d.,  9  na.,  1729;  married 
Nantucket,  6  d.,  12  m.,  1753,  to  Judith  Starbuck. 

Matilda  Worth,  born  Nantucket,  Mass.,  14  d.,  10  m.,  1758,  dis- 
missed to  New  Garden,  North  Carolina  Monthly  Meeting  of 
Friends,  26  d.,  9  m.,  1774,  died  Rush  County,  Ind.,  7  July, 
1843;  married  Centre,  N.  C.,  27  November,  1777,  to  Latham 
FoLGER,  born  Nantucket,  Mass.,  5  October,  1749,  dismissed  to 
Monthly  Meeting  of  Friends,  New  Garden,  N.  C,  26  d.,  3  m., 
1777,  died  Union  County,  Ind.,  9  October,  1833. 

Jethro  Starbuck  Folger,  born  New  Garden,  N.  C,  30  October, 
1797,  removed  to  Rush  County,  Ind.,  about  1836,  died  Rush 
County,  Ind.,  4  September,  1862;  married  Rush  County,  14 
October,  1852,  second,  to  Rebecca  McNeily  (Smith)  Ingold, 
born  Forsyth  County,  N.  C,  11  March,  1815,  died  Alton,  Iowa, 
2  October,  1903. 

Homer  Folger,  born  Rush  County,  Ind. ;  married  Osceola,  Iowa, 
8  May,  1884,  to  Emma  Funston,  born  Clarke  County,  Iowa. 


Note. — For  the  marriage  certificates  of  Joseph'  Worth  and  Matilda* 
Worth,  and  the  will  of  Jethro  Starbuck'  Folger,  above,  see  Appendix,  pages 
190-95. 


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California  No.  65  General  No.  S285 

JOHN  ALDEN  SAMPSONt 
Berkeley,  California 

John  Alden,  born  about  1599,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  12  Septem- 
ber, 1687;  married  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  1624,  to  Priscilla 
MuLLiNS  (daughter  of  William  and  Alice  Mullins,  all  pas- 
sengers on  the  Mayflower),  died  after  1650. 

Sarah  Alden,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  before 
1686;  married  to  Alexander  Standish  (son  of  Myles  Standish, 
passenger  on  the  Mayflower),  born  about  1626,  died  Duxbury, 
Mass.,  6  July,  1702. 

Lorah  Standish,  married  to  Abraham  Sampson,  died  about  1727. 

Miles  Sampson,  born  Duxbury,  about  1690,  died  Duxbury,  26 
November,  1784;  married  28  April,  1713,  to  Sarah  Studlev, 
born  about  1690,  died  Duxbury,  2  November,  1782. 

Miles  Sampson,  born  Duxbury,  13  May,  1731,  died  after  1772; 
married  9  June,   1752,  to  Deborah  Bonney,  died  after   1772. 

Constant  Sampson,  born  Duxbury,  20  April,  1770,  died  Kingston, 
Mass.,  12  November,  1855;  married  Duxbury,  8  February,  1798, 
to  (2)  Rebecca  Partridge  Alden,  born  Duxbury,  7  August, 
1777,  died  19  January,  1807. 

Constant  Sampson,  born  Duxbury,  26  December,  1798,  died 
Kingston,  12  June,  1874;  married  Kingston,  9  January,  1821, 
to  Patience  Washburn,  born  Kingston,  80  April,  1801,  died 
Kingston,   18   November,   1879- 

John  Alden  Sampson,  born  Kingston,  3  October,  1831,  died  San 
Diego,  California,  9  June,  1914;  married  Sonora,  California, 
2  April,  1857,  to  Marcia  Demin  McKenzie,  born  Moriah, 
N.  Y.,  died  Stockton,  California,  19  July,  1899. 


Note. — For  an  interesting  affidavit  by  John  Alden*  Sampson,  above,  see 
Appendix,  pages  212-13. 

t  Deceased. 


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California  No.  65  General  No.  3285 

JOHN    ALDEN    SAMPSON 
Berkeley,  California 

John  Alden,  born  1599,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  12  September, 
1687;  married  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  1624  to  Priscilla  Mul- 
LiNS,  daughter  William  and  Alick  Mullins,  all  passengers  on 
the  May  flower  J  died  after  1650. 

David  Alden,  died  before  1  April,  1719;  married  Mary  South- 
worth,  died  after  28  March,  1718. 

Samuel  Alden,  born  December,  1688,  died  Duxbury,  24  Feb- 
ruary, 1781;  married  26  February,  1727-8,  to  Sarah  Sprague, 
born  about  1701,  died  Duxbury,  28  March,  1773. 

IcHABOD  Alden,  born  Duxbury,  11  August,  1739,  died  Cherry 
Valley,  N.  Y.,  11  November,  1778;  married  to  Mary  Wakefield, 
died  after  1  May,  1798. 

Rebecca  Partridge  Alden,  born  Duxbury,  7  August,  1777,  died 
19  January,  1807;  married  Duxbury,  8  February,  1798,  to  Con- 
stant Sampson,  born  Duxbury,  20  April,  1770,  died  Kingston, 
Mass.,  12  November,  1855. 

Constant  Sampson,  born  Duxbury,  26  December,  1798,  died 
Kingston,  12  June,  1874;  married  Kingston,  9  January,  1821, 
to  Patience  Washburn,  born  Kingston,  30  April,  1801,  died 
Kingston,  18  November,  1879. 

John  Alden  Sampson,  born  Kingston,  3  October,  1831,  died  San 
Diego,  California,  9  June,  1914;  married  Sonora,  California, 
2  April,  1857,  to  Marcia  Demin  McKenzie,  born  Moriah, 
N.  Y.,  died  Stockton,  California,  19  July,  1899- 


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California  No.  66  General  No.  3286 

JOSEPH    TRIPP    TERRY 
San  Francisco,  California 

John  Alden,  born  about  1599,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  12  Septem- 
ber, 1787;  married  Plymouth,  before  1624,  to  Priscilla  Mul- 
LiNS,  daughter  William  and  Alice  Mullins,  all  passengers  on 
the  Mayflower,  died  after  1650. 

Joseph  Alden,  born  Plymouth,  after  22  May,  1627,  died  Bridge- 
water,   Mass.,   8    February,    1697;    married   to    Mary   Simmons. 

John  Alden,  born  about  1674,  died  Middleboro,  Mass.,  29  Sep- 
tember, 1730;  married  to  Hannah  White,  born  Weymouth, 
Mass.,  5  May,  1681,  died  Middleboro,  5  October,  1732. 

John  Alden,  born  Middleboro,  10  September,  1718,  died  27 
March,  1821;  married  14  May,  1739,  to  Lydia  Lazell,  died 
17  April,  1749. 

Susanna  (Alden)  Tripp,  born  Middleboro,  29  August,  1745; 
married  to  Samuel  Proctor,  died  l6  February,  1801. 

Susanna  Proctor,  born  Fairhaven,  Mass.,  23  December,  1781, 
died  Fairhaven,  15  September,  1865;  married  New  Bedford, 
Mass.,  2  October,  1800,  to  Levi  Jenney,  born  Dartmouth, 
Mass.,  26  February,  1778,  died  Fairhaven,  l6  February,   1849- 

Caroline  Coleman  Jenney,  born  Fairhaven,  25  May,  1812,  died 
Fairhaven,  6  February,  1851 ;  married  Fairhaven,  29  May,  1832, 
to  Isaiah  Franklin  Terry,  born  New  Bedford,  15  December, 
1805,  died  Fairhaven,  30  December,  1896. 

Joseph  Tripp  Terry,  born  Fairhaven,  Mass.,  passenger  from  New 
York  by  steamer  Ocean  Queen  to  Ancon,  and  from  Panama  by 
steamer  Orizaba,  arrived  San  Francisco,  27  April,  1864;  married 
San  Francisco,  10  July,  1872,  to  Minnie  Perrin,  born  Allegan- 
see,  Mich.,  1  January,  1854,  died  San  Francisco,  16  November, 
1890. 


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California  No.  66  General  No.  S286 

JOSEPH    TRIPP   TERRY 
San  Francisco,  California 

Francis  Cooke,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  7  April,  1663;  married 
Leyden,  Holland,  1603,  to  Hester  Mahieu,  died  before  18 
December,  1675. 

Jacob  Cooke,  born  Holland,  about  1618,  died  Plymouth,  Mass., 
between  11  and  18  December,  1675;  married  Plymouth,  Mass., 
after  10  June,  1646,  to  Damaris  Hopkins,  died  Plymouth,  before 
18  November,  1669- 

Jacob  Cooke,  born  1653,  died  Kingston,  Mass.,  24  April,  1747; 
married    to    Lydia    Miller,    born    about    l66l,    died    1    March, 

1727-8. 

Margaret  Cooke,  born  Plymouth,  8  November,  1695,  died  before 
1742;  married  1716  to  Simon  Lazell,  born  Hingham,  Mass., 
12  September,  1688. 

Lydia  Lazell,  born  about  1723,  died  17  April,  1749;  married  14 
May,  1739,  to  John  Alden,  born  10  September,  1718,  died 
27  March,  1821. 

Susanna  (Alden)  Tripp,  born  Middleboro,  Mass.,  29  August, 
1745;   married   to   Samuel   Proctor,   died    16    February,    1801. 

Susanna  Proctor,  born  Fairhaven,  Mass.,  23  December,  1781, 
died  Fairhaven,  15  September,  1865;  married  New  Bedford, 
Mass.,  2  October,  1800,  to  Levi  Jenney,  born  Dartmouth,  Mass., 
26  February,  1778,  died  Fairhaven,  I6  February,  1849. 

Caroline  Coleman  Jenney,  born  Fairhaven,  25  May,  1812,  died 
Fairhaven,  6  February,  1851;  married  Fairhaven,  29  May,  1832, 
to  Isaiah  Franklin  Terry,  born  New  Bedford,  15  December, 
1805,  died  Fairhaven,  30  December,  1896. 

Joseph  Tripp  Terry,  born  Fairhaven,  passenger  from  New  York, 
by  steamer  Ocean  Queen  to  Ancon,  and  from  Panama  by  steamer 
Orizaba,  arrived  San  Francisco,  27  April,  1864;  married  San 
Francisco,  10  July,  1872,  to  Minnie  Perrin,  born  Allegansee, 
Mich.,  1  January,  1857,  died  San  Francisco,  I6  November,  1890. 


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WILLIAM    ROSCOE    MEECH 
San  Francisco,  California 

William  Brewster,  probably  born  Scrooby,  England,  1656-7,  died 
Plymouth,  Mass.,  10  April,  1644;  married  before  1593  to  Mary 
,  born  1658-9,  died  Plymouth,  17  April,  1627. 

Love  Brewster,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  before  31  January,  1650-1; 
married  Plymouth,  15  May,  1634,  to  Sarah  Collier,  born  about 
161 6,  died  Plymouth,  26  April,  1691. 

William  Brewster,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  1645-6,  died  Duxbury, 
Mass.,  3  November,  1723;  married  Duxbury,  2  January,  1672,  to 
Lydia  Partridge,  died  Duxbury,  2  February,  1742-3. 

Benjamin  Brewster,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  7  July,  1688,  died 
about  1752;  married  10-16  October,  1713,  to  Elizabeth  Witter, 
born  Preston,  Conn.,  3  March,  1694,  died  21  February,  1740-1. 

Simon  Brewster,  born  Preston,  Conn.,  10  June,  1720,  died  Gris- 
wold.  Conn.,  29  June,  1801;  married  Norwich,  Conn.,  25  May, 
1742,  to  Anne  Andros,  died  Griswold,  20  October,  1809. 

Elias  Brewster,  born  Preston,  Conn.,  11  September,  1759,  died 
Griswold,  12  March,  1834;  married  Preston,  20  January,  1785, 
to  Margery  Morgan,  died  Griswold,  11  January,  1823. 

Sybil  Brewster,  born  4  August,  1794,  died  Norwich,  Conn.,  12 
December,  1856;  married  Griswold,  5  June,  1821,  to  Appleton 
Meech,  born  Preston,  Conn.,  27  February,  1790,  died  Norwich, 
Conn.,  5  April,  1868. 

William  Trumbull  Meech,  born  Norwich,  Conn.,  4  August,  1830, 
died  Chicago,  111.,  27  October,  1898;  married  Norwich,  13 
March,  1856,  to  Abbie  Backus  Pendleton,  born  Franklin, 
Conn.,  13  March,  1837,  died  Chicago,  111.,  8  January,  1900. 

William  Roscoe  Meech,  born  Norwich,  Conn.,  removed  to  Seattle, 
Wash.,  by  rail,  in  January,  1903,  thence  to  San  Francisco,  Cali- 
fornia, by  steamship  State  of  California;  married  (1)  Chicago, 
111.,  25  March,  1893,  to  Della  M.  Neill,  born  Illinois,  7  May, 
1867,  died  Berkeley,  California,  4  September,  1909;  married 
(2)  San  Francisco,  California,  1  October,  1914,  to  Elizabeth 
Annette  Armstrong. 


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MARY    EMELINE  (BOSWORTH)  CLARKE 

MRS.  JAMES  THOMAS  CLARKE 

Oakland,  California 

John  Howland,  born  about  1593,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  23  Feb- 
ruary, 1672-S;  married  Plymouth,  before  1624,  to  Elizabeth 
TiLLEY,  daughter  of  John  and  Elizabeth  Tilley,  all  passen- 
gers on  the  Mayflower,  born  about  1607,  died  Swansea,  Mass., 
21  December,  1687. 

Hannah  Rowland,  married  Swansea,  Mass.,  6  July,  l66l,  to 
Jonathan  Bosworth. 

John  Bosworth,  born  Swansea,  Mass.,  6  April,  1671,  died  Swan- 
sea, 20  September,  1719;  married  Swansea,  10  or  16  June,  1702, 
to  Elizabeth  Toogood,  born  Swansea,  25  July,  1682,  died 
before  13  January,  1740-1. 

David  Bosworth,  married  Lebanon,  Conn.,  27  June,  1743,  to  Mary 
Strong,  born  Lebanon,  7  December,  1722,  died  Lebanon,  14 
December,  1786. 

Jabin  Bosworth,  born  Lebanon,  Conn.,  8  April,  1752;  married 
Lebanon,  4  March,  1773,  to  Luna  West,  born  Tolland,  Conn., 
9  January,  1754. 

Stephen  Strong  Bosworth,  born  1785,  died  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  31 
December,  1827;  married  Granville,  N.  Y.,  to  Mary  Raymond, 
born  Norwalk,  Conn.,  16  August,  1789,  died  Alden,  Erie  County, 
N.  Y.,  10  December,  1859- 

William  Raymond  Bosworth,  born  Chesterfield,  Essex  County, 
N.  Y.,  8  May,  1810,  died  Batavia,  N.  Y.,  21  July,  1899;  married 
Wayne  County,  N.  Y.,  8  November,  1843,  to  Susan  Sherman 
Wilcox,  born  Hartwick,  Otsego  County,  N.  Y.,  27  February, 
1817,  died  Batavia,  N.  Y.,  25  May,  1898. 

Mary  Emeline  Bosworth,  born  Batavia,  N.  Y. ;  married  Batavia, 
N.  Y.,  21  September,  1875,  to  James  Thomas  Clarke,  born 
Alden,  N.  Y.,  11  December,  1854,  died  San  Jose,  California, 
16  January,  1915. 


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MARY    EMELINE  (BOSWORTH)  CLARKE 

MRS.  JAMES  THOMAS  CLARKE 

Oakland,  California 

John  Alden,  born  about  1599,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  12  Sept.,  1687; 
married  Plymouth,  before  1624,  to  Priscilla  Mullins  (daughter 
of  William  and  Alice  Mullins,  passengers  on  the  Mayflower), 
died  after  1650. 

Elizabeth  Alden,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  died  Little  Compton, 
R.  I.,  31  May,  1717;  married  Duxbury,  Mass.,  26  Dec.,  1644,  to 
William  Pabodie,  born  about  1620,  died  Little  Compton,  R.  L, 
13  Dec,  1707. 

Mercy  Pabodie,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  2  January,  1649,  died 
Duxbury,  after  26  September,  1728;  married  Duxbury,  l6 
November,  1669,  to  John  Simmons,  died  Duxbury,  before  9 
February,   1715-6. 

Martha  (Simmons)  Delano,  married  30  June,  1709,  to  Samuel 
West,  born  Duxbury,  23  December,  1672. 

Moses  West,  born  Duxbury,  4  March,  1716;  married  Tolland, 
Conn.,  18  August,  1751,  to  Jemima  Eaton. 

Luna  West,  born  Tolland,  Conn.,  9  January,  1754,  died  Fair- 
haven,  Vt.,  9  April,  1822;  married  Lebanon,  Conn.,  4  March, 
1773,  to  Jabin  Bosworth,  born  Lebanon,  8  April,  1752. 

Stephen  Strong  Bosworth,  born  1785,  died  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  31 
December,  1827;  married  Granville,  N.  Y.,  to  Mary  Raymond, 
born  Norwalk,  Conn.,  16  August,  1789,  died  Alden,  Erie  County, 
N.  Y.,  10  December,  1859- 

William  Raymond  Bosworth,  born  Chesterfield,  Essex  County, 
N.  Y.,  8  May,  1810,  died  Batavia,  N.  Y.,  21  July,  1899;  married 
Wayne  County,  N.  Y.,  8  November,  1843,  to  Susan  Sherman 
Wilcox,  born  Hartwick,  Otsego  County,  N.  Y.,  27  February, 
1817,  died  Batavia,  N.  Y.,  25  May,  1898. 

Mary  Emeline  Bosworth,  born  Batavia,  N.  Y. ;  married  Batavia, 
N.  Y.,  21  September,  1875,  to  James  Thomas  Clarke,  born 
Alden,  N.  Y.,  11  December,  1854,  died  San  Jose,  California, 
16  January,  1915. 


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California  No.  69  General  No.  SS21 

HAROLD    FARNSWORTH    GRAY 

Palo  Alto,  California 

William  Brewster^  probably  born  Scrooby,  England,  1656-7,  died 
Plymouth,  Mass.,  10  April,  1644;  married  before  1593  to  Mary 
,  born  1658-9,  died  Plymouth,  17  April,  1627. 

Love  Brewster,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  before  31  January,  1650-1; 
married  Plymouth,  15  May,  1634,  to  Sarah  Collier,  born  about 
1616,  died  Plymouth,  26  April,  1691. 

William  Brewster,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  1645-6,  died  Duxbury, 
Mass.,  3  November,  1723;  married  Duxbury,  2  January,  1672,  to 
Lydia  Partridge,  died  Duxbury,  2  February,   1742-3. 

William  Brewster,  born  Duxbury,  4  May,  1683,  died  Lebanon, 
Conn.,  26  December,  1768;  married  Duxbury,  Mass.,  20  May, 
1708,  to  Hopestill  Wadsworth,  born  about  1690,  died  Lebanon, 
Conn.,  25  March,  1775. 

Elisha  Brewster,  born  Duxbury,  29  October,  1715,  died  Middle- 
town,  Conn.,  26  March,  1789;  married  Middletown,  Conn.,  30 
September,  1742,  to  Lucy  Yeomans,  born  Middletown,  baptized 
15  September,  1722,  died  Middletown,  15  August,  1775. 

Sarah  Brewster,  born  Middletown,  Conn.,  20  November,  1754, 
died  Middletown,  5  July,  1827;  married  Middletown,  4  October, 
1773,  to  Oliver  Wetmore,  born  Middletown,  baptized  24  May, 
1752,  died  Middletown,  1   December,  1798. 

Chauncey  Wetmore,  born  Middletown,  Conn.,  5  June,  1790,  died 
Middletown,  25  May,  1872;  married  Middletown,  9  October, 
1817,  to  Rebecca  Hubbard,  born  Middletown,  1  December,  1795, 
died  Middletown,  13  September,  1885. 

Lucy  Wetmore,  born  Middletown,  Conn.,  24  December,  1820,  died 
Benicia,  California,  2  July,  1879;  married  Middletown,  Conn., 
14  December,  1847,  to  Samuel  Cotton  Gray,  born  Boston, 
Mass.,  11  October,  1816,  removed  to  Baltimore  in  1833,  passen- 
ger (with  his  wife)  from  New  York,  15  March,  1849,  by  steamer 
Crescent  City  to  Chagres  River,  by  steamer  Orus  to  Gorgona, 
and  by  mustangs  to  Panama,  thence,  17  May,  1849,  by  steamer 
Panama  (her  first  trip),  arrived  San  Diego,  1  June,  1849,  and 
San  Francisco,  California,  4  June,  1849,  died  Benicia,  California, 
19  June,   1892. 

Theodore  Gray,  born  Benicia,  California;  married  San  Francisco, 
1  March,  1884,  to  Anna  Turner  Farnsworth,  born  Benicia, 
California. 

Harold  Farnsworth  Gray,  born  San  Francisco,  California;  mar- 
ried Oroville,  California,  6  August,  1911,  to  Harriet  Kate 
Helman,  born  in  Buckingham  County,  Virginia. 

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California  No.  70  General  No.  3366 

MARGARET    LOCKE  (BUNKER)  COX 

MRS.  ALEXANDER  MIDDLETON  COX 

San  Mateo,  California 

John  Rowland,  born  about  1593,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  2S  Feb., 
1672-3;  married  Plymouth,  before  1624,  to  Elizabeth  Tilley 
(daughter  of  John  and  Elizabeth  Tilley,  passengers  on  the  May- 
flower), born  about  l607,  died  Swansea,  Mass.,  21  Dec.,  1687. 

Desire  Rowland,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  22  May,  1627,  died 
Barnstable,  Mass.,  IS  Oct.,  1683;  married,  about  1643,  to  John 
Gorham,  born  about  1621,  buried  Swansea,  5  Feb.,  1675. 

John  Gorham,  born  Marshfield,  Mass.,  20  February,  1651-2,  died 
11  November,  1710;  married  Barnstable,  Mass.,  24  February, 
1674-5,  to  Mary  Otis,  born  Ringham,  Mass.,  14  March,  1652-3, 
died  Barnstable,  4th,  1st  mo.,  1732. 

Stephen  Gorham,  born  Barnstable,  Mass.,  23  June,  1683,  died 
about  1743;  married  Nantucket,  Mass.,  25  December,  1703,  to 
Elizabeth  Gardner,  died  22  July,  1763. 

Susanna  Gorham,  born  8  d.,  10  m.,  1705,  died  Nantucket,  Mass., 
13  d.,  7  m.,  1777;  married  Nantucket,  1  Feb.,  1726-7,  to  Daniel 
Paddock,  born  Nantucket,  12  d.,  9  m.,  1777,  died  12  m.,  1743. 

Lydia  Paddock,  born  Nantucket,  Mass.,  18  d.,  4  m.,  1732,  died 
Claverack,  N.  Y.,  about  1784;  married  Nantucket,  7  February, 
1750,  to  Shubael  Bunker,  born  Nantucket,  9  d.  8  m.,  1731, 
died  Claverack,  N.  Y.,  1784. 

Abel  Bunker,  born  Nantucket,  Mass.,  29  d.,  9  m.,  1771,  died  at 
sea,  1798;  married  to  Elizabeth  Morris,  born  Nantucket,  12  d., 
6  m.,  1776,  died  Nantucket,  8  d.,  8  m.,  1830. 

Renry  Chase  Bunker,  born  New  York  State,  19  October,  1797, 
sailed,  as  master,  on  bark  Orion,  from  Boston,  Mass.,  12  Novem- 
ber, 1849,  via  Rio  Janeiro,  Brazil,  arrived  San  Francisco,  Cali- 
fornia, 6  May,  1850,  died  San  Francisco,  10  December,  1879, 
buried  Falmouth,  Mass. ;  married  Nantucket,  Mass.,  28  April, 
1819,  to  RuLDA  Ann  Sell,  born  New  York,  2  February,  1798, 
died  Woods  Roll,  Mass.,  20  October,  1828. 

Renry  Sell  Bunker,  born  Nantucket,  Mass.,  24  March,  1820, 
sailed  from  Boston,  Mass.,  in  1843,  for  Rio  Grande  del  Sur, 
Brazil,  returned  in  1846,  passenger  on  and  part  owner  of  brig 
Cayuga,  via  Rio  Grande  del  Sur,  20  February,  1850,  arrived 
San  Francisco,  California,  20  June,  1850,  died  San  Francisco, 
25  September,  1891;  married  Falmouth,  Mass.,  14  May,  1846, 
to  Sophronia  Cathcart  Wood,  born  West  Tisbury,  Mass.,  10 
August,  1823,  passenger  brig  Cayuga,  arrived  San  Francisco, 
California,  20  June,  1850,  died  Oakland,  California,  2  April, 
1886. 

Margaret  Locke  Bunker,  born  San  Francisco,  California;  mar- 
ried Burlingame,  California,  5  January,  1907,  to  Alexander 
MiDDLETON  Cox,  born  Culpepper,  Va.,  12  August,  1849,  died 
San  Francisco,  25  March,  1913. 

Note. — For  the  marriage  certificates  of  Susanna'  Gorham,  Lydia'  Paddock 
and  Henry  SelP  Bunker,  above,  see  Appendix,  pages  197-201. 

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California  No.  71  General  No.  3367 

HOLDRIDGE    OZRO    COLLINS,  LL.D. 

Los  Angeles,  California 

William  Bradford,  baptized  Austerfield,  England,  19  March, 
1589,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  9  May,  1657;  married  Plymouth, 
14  August,  1623,  to  Alice  (Carpenter)  Southworth,  born 
about  1590,  died  Plymouth,  26  March,  1670. 

William  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  17  June,  1624,  died 
Plymouth,  20  February,  1703-4;  married  about  1650,  to  Alice 
Richards,  born  about  1627,  died  Plymouth,  12  December,  1671. 

Alice  Bradford,  born  l66l,  died  Norwich,  Conn.;  married  27 
March,  1680,  to  the  Rev.  William  Adams,  born  Ipswich,  Mass., 
27  May,  1650,  died  Dedham,  Mass.,  17  August,  1685. 

Alice  Adams,  born  Dedham,  Mass.,  3  April,  1682,  died  Enfield, 
Conn.,  19  February,  1735;  married  7  January,  1701,  to  the 
Rev.  Nathaniel  Collins,  Jr.,  born  Middletown,  Conn.,  13  June, 
1677,  died  Enfield,  31  December,  1756. 

The  Rev.  Nathaniel  Collins,  3rd,  born  Enfield,  Conn.,  17  Au- 
gust, 1709,  died  Enfield,  5  December,  1787;  married  Enfield, 
17  July,  1735,  to  Abigail  Pease,  born  Enfield,  7  June,  1708, 
died  Enfield. 

Eliphalet  Collins,  born  Enfield,  Conn.,  11  July,  1744,  died 
Enfield,  22  May,  1815;  married  Enfield,  1  November,  1770,  to 
Abigail  Abbe,  born  Enfield,  13  May,  1750,  died  Enfield,  22 
January,  1844. 

Ahira  Collins,  born  Enfield,  Conn.,  12  November,  1787,  died 
Long  Island  Sound,  1  November,  1863;  married  Naugatuck, 
Conn.,  1807,  to  Jemima  Wooster,  born  Naugatuck,  died  New 
Haven,  Conn.,  1861. 

OzRO  Collins,  born  Woodbridge,  Conn.,  1811,  died  Philadelphia, 
Penn.,  4  November,  1890;  married  Owasco,  N.  Y.,  23  October, 
1843,  to  Ann  Van  Etten,  born  Owasco,  N.  Y.,  12  June,  1819, 
died  Toledo,  Ohio,  22  December,  1858. 

HoLDRiDGE  OzRo  CoLLiNS,  bom  Cayuga  County,  N.  Y.,  removed 
to  Los  Angeles,  California,  February,  1889;  married  Chicago, 
111.,  23  April,  1874,  to  Mary  Ballance,  born  Peoria,  111.,  19 
May,  1851,  died  Peoria,  24  December,  1894. 


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California  No.  72  General  No.  SS68 

FRANK  JAMESON  SYMMESt 
Berkeley,  California 

Francis  Cooke,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  7  April,  1663;  married 
Leyden,  Holland,  1603,  to  Hester  Mahieu,  died  before  18 
December,  1675, 

Jacob  Cooke,  born  Holland,  about  I6l8,  died  Plymouth,  Mass., 
between  11  and  18  December,  1675;  married  Plymouth,  Mass., 
after  10  June,  1646,  to  Damaris  Hopkins,  died  Plymouth,  before 
18  November,  1669. 

Elizabeth  Cooke,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  18  January,  1647-8, 
died  Plymouth,  21  November,  1692;  married  about  1667,  to 
John  Doty,  born  about  1640,  died  Plymouth,  8  May,  1701. 

Isaac  Doty,  born  Plymouth,  25  October,  1678;  married  to  Martha 
Faunce. 

Isaac  Doty,  born  30  March,  1709;  married  1734  to  Mary  Lan- 
man. 

Mary  Doten,  born  1747,  died  Kingston,  Mass.,  9  January,  1838; 
married  to  Daniel  Whitman,  born  1744,  died  about  1777-8. 

Mary  Whitman,  born  19  August,  1778,  died  Kingston,  Mass., 
16  June,  1859;  married  1  January,  1798,  to  Isaac  Symmes,  Jr., 
born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  16  November,  1770,  died  19  June,  1843. 

William  Symmes,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  19  August,  1802,  died 
Kingston,  6  November,  1884;  married  Kingston,  27  November, 
1841,  (2)  to  Caroline  Hannah  Jamieson,  born  Machias,  Maine, 
16  Julv,  1816,  died  East  Oakland,  California,  13  September, 
1897. 

Frank  Jameson  Symmes,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  7  June,  1847, 
died  Berkeley,  California,  14  March,  1916;  married  San  Fran- 
cisco, SO  March,  1871,  to  Anna  Aurora  Day,  born  Brooklyn, 
N.  Y. 

t  Deceased. 


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California  No.  73  General  No.  3369 

ORRA    EUGENE    MONNETTE 
Los  Angeles,  California 

Edward  Fuller,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  between   1    January  and 

31   March,  1621;  married ,  died  Plymouth,  after 

1   January,  1620-1. 

Samuel  Fuller,  died  Barnstable,  Mass.,  31  October,  1683;  mar- 
ried Scituate,  Mass.,  8  April,  l6S5,  to  Jane  Lothrop,  baptized 
Edgerton,  Kent,  England,  29  September,  l6l4,  died  between 
1658  and  1683. 

Hannah  Fuller,  born  Scituate,  Mass.,  died  Piscataway,  N.  J., 
after  1683-4;  married  Barnstable,  Mass.,  1  January,  1658-9,  to 
Nicholas  Bonham,  died  Piscataway,  N.  J.,  about  1684. 

Mary  Bonham,  born  Barnstable,  Mass.,  4  October,  l66l,  died 
Piscataway,  N.  J.,  15  July,  1742;  married  Piscataway,  15  July, 
l681,  to  the  Rev.  Edmund  Dunham,  born  Plymouth,  Mass., 
25  July,  1661,  died  Piscataway,  4  or  17  March,  1734. 

Benajah  Dunham,  born  Piscataway,  N.  J.,  13  August,  1684,  died 
Piscataway,  11  August,  1742;  married  Piscataway,  21  Septem- 
ber, 1704,  to  Dorothy  Martin,  born  Piscataway,  7  or  16  June, 
1686,  died  Piscataway,  after  1742. 

John  Dunham,  born  Piscataway,  N.  J.,  8  July,  1705,  died 
Piscataway,  about  1740-1;  married  Piscataway,  23  October, 
1729,  to  Mercy  Drake,  born  Piscataway. 

Anne  Dunham,  born  Piscataway,  N.  J.,  12  July,  1734,  died 
Sussex  County,  N.  J.,  after  1780;  married  Essex  County,  N.  J., 
25  November,  1751,  to  Isaac  Hull,  born  Piscataway,  17  Novem- 
ber, 1731,  died  Sussex  County,  N.  J.,  after  1780. 

John  Hull,  born  Sussex  County,  N.  J.,  about  1756,  died  Mon- 
tague, Sussex  County,  N.  J.,  about  1818;  married  Sussex 
County,  N.  J.,  about  1780,  to  Susan  Vaughan,  born  Sussex 
County,  N.  J.,  about   1758,  died  Montague,  N.  J.,  after   1820. 

Benjamin  Hull,  born  Sussex  County,  N.  J.,  1782,  died  Delaware 
County,  Ohio,  1855;  married  Sussex  County,  N.  J.,  1804-5,  to 
Elizabeth  Smith,  born  Sussex  County,  N.  J.,  4  May,  1783, 
died  Delaware  County,  Ohio,  7  August,  1841. 

George  Washington  Hull,  born  Delaware  County,  Ohio,  21 
July,  1824,  died  Bucyrus,  Ohio,  29  November,  1891;  married 
Marion  Co.,  Ohio,  9  Jan.,  1845,  to  Artimissa  Scribner,  born 
Delaware  Co.,  O.,  25  Jan.,  1826,  died  Bucyrus,  12  Sept.,  1893. 

Olive  Adelaide  Hull,  born  Delaware  County,  Ohio;  married 
Morrow  County,  Ohio,  5  January,  1869,  to  Mervine  Jeremiah 
MoNNETTE,  born  Marion  County,  Ohio. 

Orra  Eugene  Monnette,  born  Bucyrus,  Ohio,  removed  to  Los 
Angeles,  California,  April,  1907;  married  Columbus,  Ohio,  6 
Nov.,  1895,  to  Carrie  Lucile  Jane  way,  born  Zanesville,  Ohio. 

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California  No.  74  General  No.  8425 

MISS    MILICENT   WASHBURN    SHINN 
Niles,  California 

James  Chilton,  died  on  the  Mayflower  in  Cape  Cod  Harbor,  8 

December,  1620;  married  ,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  after 

1  January,  1620-1. 

Mary  Chilton,  died  Boston,  Mass.,  before  May,  1679;  married 
Plymouth,  Mass.,  between  July,  1623,  and  22  May,  1627,  to 
John  Winslow,  baptized  Droitwich,  England,  18  April,  1597, 
died  Boston,  Mass.,  between  12  March  and  21  May,  1674. 

Susanna  Winslow,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  1628,  died  East  Bridge- 
water,  Mass.,  before  1683;  married  Plymouth,  1649,  to  Robert 
Latham,  died  Marshfield. 

Hannah  Latham,  born  Marshfield,  1662,  died  Bridgewater;  mar- 
ried Marshfield,  to  Joseph  Washburn,  born  Bridgewater,  died 
Bridgewater. 

Joseph  Washburn,  born  Bridgewater,  died  Leicester,  Mass.,  1759; 
married  Bridgewater,  to  Hannah  Johnson,  born  Hingham, 
Mass.  1693,  died  Leicester,  1780. 

Joseph  Washburn,  born  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  died  Middletown, 
Conn.,  26  September,  1750;  married  Middletown,  24  December, 
1741,  to  Lucy  Boardman,  born  Middletown,  died  Middletown. 

Joseph  Washburn,  born  Middletown,  Conn.,  4  May,  1744,  died 
Greensboro,  Vermont;  married  Middletown,  21  September,  1763, 
to  Ruth  Wetmore,  born  Middletown,  25  April,  1745,  died  West- 
minster, Vermont,  1795. 

MiLicENT  Washburn,  born  Middletown,  Conn.,  23  July,  1784,  died 
San  Francisco,  California,  9  March,  1863;  married  Farmington, 
Conn.,  13  February,  1809,  to  Abraham  Clark,  born  Farmington, 
Conn.,  5  September,  1780,  died  Chicago,  Illinois,  21  February, 
1855. 

Lucy  Ellen  Clark,  born  Farmington  Conn.,  13  May,  1826, 
removed,  1830,  to  New  Haven,  Conn.,  in  1831  to  Alton,  111., 
in  1832  to  Jacksonville,  111.,  in  1837  to  Rushville,  111.,  to  Rock- 
ingham, Iowa,  in  1842  to  Platteville,  Wis.,  in  1849  to  Oakland, 
Tenn.,  in  1851  to  Austin,  Texas,  in  1852  to  Round  Rock,  Texas, 
thence  (by  steamers  via  San  Francisco)  to  Niles,  California,  in 
1856,  died  Niles,  California,  12  July,  1915;  married  Platteville, 
Wis.,  26  November,  1846,  to  James  Shinn,  born  Salem,  Ohio, 
29  September,  1807,  removed  about  1827  to  Lexington,  Ohio, 
thence  to  Belvedere,  111.,  to  Platteville,  Wis.,  and  (as  above)  to 
Niles,  California,  died  Niles,  29  October,  1896. 

Milicent  Washburn  Shinn,  born  Niles,  California. 

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California  No.  74  General  No.  3425 

MISS    MILICENT    WASHBURN    SHINN 
Niles,  California 

Francis  Cooke,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  7  April,  1663;  married 
Leyden,  Holland,  l603,  to  Hester  Mahieu,  died  before  18 
December,  1675. 

Jane  Cooke,  born  in  Holland;  married  Experience  Mitchell, 
died  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  before  14  May,  1689. 

Elizabeth  Mitchell,  born  Plymouth,  1627,  died  Bridgewater; 
married  Duxbury,  6  December,  1645,  to  John  Washburn,  born 
in  England,  1621,  died  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  12  November,  1686. 

Joseph  Washburn,  born  Bridgewater,  died  Bridgewater;  married 
Marshfield,  to  Hannah  Latham,  born  Marshfield,  1662,  died 
Bridgewater. 

Joseph  Washburn,  born  Bridgewater,  died  Leicester,  Mass.,  1759; 
married  Bridgewater,  to  Hannah  Johnson,  born  Hingham, 
Mass.  1693,  died  Leicester,  1780. 

Joseph  Washburn,  born  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  died  Middletown, 
Conn.,  26  September,  1750;  married  Middletown,  24  December, 
1741,  to  Lucy  Boardman,  born  Middletown,  died  Middletown. 

Joseph  Washburn,  born  Middletown,  Conn.,  4  May,  1744,  died 
Greensboro,  Vermont;  married  Middletown,  21  September,  1763, 
to  Ruth  Wetmore,  born  Middletown,  25  April,  1745,  died  West- 
minster, Vermont,  1795. 

MiLicENT  Washburn,  born  Middletown,  Conn.,  23  July,  1784,  died 
San  Francisco,  California,  9  March,  1863;  married  Farmington, 
Conn.,  13  February,  1809,  to  Abraham  Clark,  born  Farmington, 
Conn.,  5  September,  1780,  died  Chicago,  Illinois,  21  February, 
1855. 

Lucy  Ellen  Clark,  born  Farmington,  Conn.,  13  May,  1826,  died 
Niles,  California,  12  July,  1915;  married  Platteville,  Wis.,  26 
November,  1846,  to  James  Shinn,  born  Salem,  Ohio,  29  Sep- 
tember, 1807,  died  Niles,  California,  29  October,  1896. 

MiLiCENT  Washburn  Shinn,  born  Niles,  California. 


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California  No.  75  General  No.  34-26 

ERNESTINE    SHANNON  (HASKELL)  ADAMS 

MRS.  JOHN  CHARLES  ADAMS 

Oakland,  California 

John  Howland,  born  about  1593,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  23  Feb- 
ruary, 1672-3;  married  Plymouth,  before  1624,  to  Elizabeth 
TiLLEY  (daughter  John  and  Elizabeth  Tilley,  passengers  on 
the  Mayflower),  born  about  1607,  died  Swansea,  Mass.,  21 
December,  1687. 

Desire  Rowland,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  22  May,  1627^ 
died  Barnstable,  Mass.,  13  October,  1683;  married  about  1643 
to  John  Gorham,  born  about  1621,  buried  Swansea,  Mass.,  5 
February,  1675. 

John  Gorham,  born  Marshfield,  Mass.,  20  February,  1651-2,  died 
11  November,  1710;  married  Barnstable,  Mass.,  24  February, 
1674-5,  to  Mary  Otis,  born  Hingham,  Mass.,  14  March,  1652-3, 
died  Barnstable,  4th,  1st  mo.,  1732. 

Thankful  Gorham,  born  Barnstable,  Mass.,  15  February,  1690; 
married  Barnstable,  l6  June,  1710,  to  Lieut.  John  Fuller, 
born  Barnstable,  October,  1689,  died  Barnstable,  24  July,  1732. 

John  Fuller,  born  Barnstable,  3  August,  1712;  married  Barns- 
table, 29  October,  1741,  to  Temperance  Gorham,  born  Barns- 
table, 23  July,  1721. 

Francis  Fuller,  born  Barnstable,  10  March,  1749,  died  28  May, 
1844;  married  Barnstable,  15  October,  1772,  to  Hannah  Cobb. 

Hannah  Fuller,  born  Barnstable,  19  August,  1773,  died  June, 
1840;  married  to  Peter  Haines. 

Jerusha  Haines,  born  Reedfield,  Maine,  1  March,  1794,  died 
Hallowell,  Maine,  6  May,  1888;  married  Livermore,  Maine, 
about  1823,  to  Job  Haskell,  born  Poland,  Maine,  18  July, 
1793,  died  Livermore,  Maine,  31  October,  1864. 

Dudley  Haines  Haskell,  born  Livermore,  Maine,  17  December, 
1825,  removed  to  California  by  ship  York,  arrived  San  Fran- 
cisco, 16  September,  1849,  died  Berkeley,  California,  3  May, 
1905;  married  Natoma,  Sacramento  County,  California,  25  Sep- 
tember, 1854,  to  Rachel  Hepburn  Mitchell,  born  Pennsyl- 
vania, 12  September,  1829,  died  Berkeley,  California,  8  October, 
1900. 

Ernestine  Shannon  Haskell,  born  Sacramento,  California; 
married  San  Francisco,  17  December,  1897,  to  John  Charles 
Adams,  born  Oakland,  California,  19  January,  1862,  died  Oak- 
land^ California. 

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California  No.  76  General  No.  3427 

MARY  SWAIN  (BARNEY)   STANLEYt 

MRS.  WILLIAM  HENRY  STANLEY 

Fair  Oaks,  California 

Degory  Priest,  born  about  1579;  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  1  Jan- 
uary, 1621 ;  married  Leyden,  Holland,  4  November,  I6II,  to 
Sarah  (Allerton)  Vincent,  died  Plymouth. 

Mary  Priest,  born  Leyden,  Holland,  died  Charlestown,  Mass.,  about 
July,  1689;  married,  Plymouth,  1630,  to  Phineas  Pratt,  born 
about  1590,  arrived  Plymouth,  24  March,  1623,  died  in  Charles- 
town,  Mass.,  19  April,  1 680. 

Joseph  Pratt,  died  Charlestown,  Mass.,  24  December,  1712;  mar- 
ried 12  February,  1674-5,  to  Dorcas  Folger,  died  after  1712. 

Bethiah  Pratt,  born  Charlestown,  Mass.,  11  February,  1679-80, 
died  Charlestown,  19  d.,  10  m.,  1741;  married  to  Sampson 
Cartwright,  born  Nantucket,  Mass.,  26  January,   1677-8. 

Hezediah  Cartwright,  born  Nantucket,  Mass.,  11  d.,  1  m.,  1707, 
died  Nantucket,  15  d.,  5  m.,  1791;  married  7  March,  1731,  to 
Abigail  Brown,  died  Nantucket,  21  d.,  9  ni.,  1797. 

Jonathan  Cartwright,  born  Nantucket,  Mass.,  22  April,  1745, 
died  Nantucket,  10  December,  1789;  married  to  Deborah  Macy, 
born  Nantucket,  13  d.,  12  m.,  1749,  died  Nantucket,  30  d., 
4  m.,  1771. 

Deborah  Cartwright,  born  Nantucket,  18  September,  1770,  died 
Nantucket,  27  September,  1848;  married  Nantucket,  to  Thomas 
Swain,  born  Nantucket,  14  July,  1769,  died  in  West  Indies, 
February,  1801. 

William  Cartwright  Swain,  born  Nantucket,  Mass.,  18  May, 
1801,  died  Nantucket,  15  May,  1885;  married  Nantucket,  28 
November,  1822,  to  Mary  Starbuck,  born  Nantucket,  15  Jan- 
uary, 1804,  died  Nantucket,  10  June,  1894. 

Lydia  Howland  Swain,  born  Nantucket,  Mass.,  11  January,  1829; 
married  Nantucket,  15  June,  1846,  to  Benjamin  Allen  Barney, 
born  Nantucket,  25  January,  1825,  died  Menlo  Park,  California, 
7  December,  19O8. 

Mary  Swain  Barney,  born  San  Francisco,  California,  25  June, 
1855,  died  Fair  Oaks,  California,  25  May,  1912;  married  San 
Francisco,  20  April,  1876,  to  William  Henry  Stanley,  born 
Newbern,  N.  C,  15  July,  1841,  died  Menlo  Park,  California, 
18    November,    1903. 

Note. — For  an   account  of   some   of   the   descendants   of   Bethiah*    (Pratt) 
Cartwright,  above,  see  Appendix,  pages  210-11. 

t  Deceased. 

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California  No.  77  General  No.  8445 

IDA    HARRIET  (CASTLE)  BULSON 

MRS.  CHARLES  HERMAN  BULSON 

Napa,  California 

John  Rowland,  born  about  1593,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  23  Feb- 
ruary, 1672-3;  married  Plymouth,  before  1624,  to  Elizabeth 
TiLLEY  (daughter  John  and  Elizabeth  Tilley,  passengers  on 
the  Mayflower),  born  about  1607,  died  Swansea,  Mass.,  21 
December,  1687. 

Desire  Rowland,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  22  May,  1627; 
died  Barnstable,  Mass.,  13  October,  1683;  married  about  1643 
to  John  Gorham,  born  about  1621,  buried  Swansea,  Mass.,  5 
February^  1675. 

Mercy  Gorham,  born  Barnstable,  Mass.,  20  January,  1658-9,  died 
Westerly,  R.  I.,  24  September,  1725;  married  to  George  Deni- 
SON,  born  about  1653,  died  Westerly,  R.  I.,  27  December,  1711. 

Elizabeth  Denison,  born  Westerly,  R.  I.,  11  September,  1689, 
died  Charlestown,  R.  I.,  22  November,  1749;  married  Westerly, 
R.  I.,  5  December,  1705,  to  Christopher  Champlin,  Jr.,  born 
Westerly,  R.  I.,  26  September,  1684,  died  Westerly,  23  October, 
1734. 

Col.  Joseph  Champlin,  born  Westerly,  R.  I.,  4  August,  1709, 
died  Westerly,  20  December,  1792;  married  8  February,  1753, 
to  Mary  Noyes,  born  Stonington,  Conn.,  14  August,  1725. 

Captain  William  Champlin,  born  about  1757,  died  Quechee,  Vt., 
2  March,  1848;  married  about  1781-2  to  Content  Brown,  born 
about  1758,  died  1  July,  1842. 

Mary  Noyes  Champlin,  born  Woodstock,  Conn.,  28  January, 
1793,  died  Bristol,  Wis.,  8  February,  1890;  married  Athens, 
N.  Y.,  23  November,  1816,  to  Hastings  Castle,  born  Roxbury, 
Conn.,  14  May,  1791,  died  Bristol,  Wis.,  30  September,  1863. 

Christopher  Champlin  Castle,  born  Delaware  County,  N.  Y., 
27  March,  1828,  crossed  the  plains  in  an  ox-team,  arrived 
Coloma,  California,  in  1852,  died  Stockton,  California,  13  De- 
cember, 1904;  married  Stockton,  California,  17  September,  1867, 
to  Sophie  Elizabeth  Bush,  born  Quebec,  Canada,  crossed  the 
plains  in  an  ox-team  in  1854. 

Ida  Harriet  Castle,  born  Stockton,  California;  married  Stockton, 
California,  20  October,  1891,  to  Dr.  Charles  Herman  Bulson, 
born  Motville,  Mich.,  removed  from  Evansville,  Wis.,  to  Tustin, 
California,  June,  18S4. 

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California  No.  78  General  No.  8446 

MARY    ANGELINE  (WOOD)  SWIFT 

MRS.  JOHN  FRANKLIN  SWIFT 

Berkeley,  California 

John  Howland,  born  about  1593,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  23  Feb- 
ruary, 1672-3;  married  Plymouth,  before  1624,  to  Elizabeth 
TiLLEY,  daughter  of  John  and  Elizabeth  Tilley  (all  passen- 
gers on  the  Mayflower),  born  about  1607,  died  Swansea,  Mass., 
21  December,  1687. 

Desire  Howland,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  22  May,  1627,  died 
Barnstable,  Mass.,  13  Oct.,  1683;  married,  about  1643,  to  John 
GoRHAM,  born  about  1621,  buried  Swansea,  5  Feb.,  1675. 

Elizabeth  Gorham,  born  Marshfield,  Mass.,  2  April,  1648,  died 
before  5  March,  1683-4;  married  1666  to  Joseph  Hallett. 

Mary  Hallett,  married  before  1688  to  Jabez  Fuller,  died  after 
1711. 

Mercy  Fuller,  born  Barnstable,  Mass.,  1  April,  1696;  married 
Middleboro,  Mass.,  5  April,  1716,  to  Jabez  Wood,  born  Middle- 
boro,  1690. 

Ebenezer  Wood,  born  Middleboro,  Mass.,  6  October,  1729,  died 
18  April,  1810;  married  1769  (2)  to  Margaret  Hubbard,  born 
Kakiat,  Orange  County,  N.  Y.,  22  January,  1746,  died  11  Sep- 
tember, 1798. 

Joseph  Wood,  born  Clarkstown,  N.  Y.,  6  July,  1778,  died  Wash- 
ington, D.  C,  15  June,  1830;  married  New  York,  31  May,  1800, 
to  Margaret  Haring,  born  Tappan,  N.  Y.,  31  May,  1782,  died 
New  York  City,  30  August,  1830. 

William  Graham  Wood,  born  Rockland  Co.,  New  York,  3  Nov., 
1809,  arrived  San  Francisco,  California,  17  Sept.,  1849,  died 
Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  20  ApL,  1869;  married  New  York,  3  May,  1832, 
to  Emily  Morrell,  born  Johnstown,  N.  Y.,  5  Feb.,  1811,  sailed 
from  New  York  by  steamer  to  Isthmus  of  Nicaragua,  thence  by 
steamer  Independence,  arrived  San  Francisco,  7  Jan.,  1853,  died 
San  Francisco,  21  Feb.,  1897. 

Mary  Angeline  Wood,  born  New  York  City,  removed  with  her 
parents  to  California,  arrived  San  Francisco,  7  Jan.,  1853;  mar- 
ried San  Francisco,  15  Sept.,  1859,  to  John  Franklin  Swift, 
born  Bowling  Green,  Missouri,  10  March,  1829,  crossed  the  plains, 
arrived  in  California,  December,  1852,  died  Tokio,  Japan,  10 
March,  ISpi. 


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California  No.  79  General  No.  3510 

HAROLD    CUSHMAN    LEWIS 
Fowler,  California 

Isaac  Allerton,  born  about  158(5,  died  New  Haven,  Conn.,  be- 
tween 1  and  12  February,  1658-9;  married  Leyden,  Holland, 
4  November,  l6ll,  to  Mary  N orris,  died  Plymouth,  25  Feb- 
ruary, 1620-21. 

Mary  Allerton,  born  Leyden,  Holland,  died  Plymouth,  Mass., 
28  November,  1699;  married  Plymouth,  about  1636,  to  Thomas 
CusHMAN,  born  February,  1608,  died  Plymouth,  10  or  11  De- 
cember, 1691- 

Eleazer  Cushman,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  20  February,  1656-7; 
married  Plymouth,   12  January,   1687-8,  to  Elizabeth  Coombs. 

John  Cushman,  born  Plymouth,  13  August,  1690;  married  19 
January,  1715,  to  Joanna  Pratt. 

Charles  Cushman,  born  Plymouth,  died  Rutland,  Vt.,  September, 
1791 ;  married  to  Mary  Harvey,  died  Georgia,  Vt.,  January, 
1810. 

Isaac  Cushman,  died  Rutland,  Vt.,  May  or  June,  1783;  married 
to  Lois  ,  died  after  May,  1783. 

Ethiel  Cushman,  born  Rutland,  Vt.,  16  March,  1771,  died  Jack- 
son County,  Mich.,  27  February,  1852;  married  31  March,  1791, 
to  Anna  Fenton,  born  12  April,  1772,  died  17  September,  1848. 

Joseph  Fenton  Cushman,  born  Rutland,  Vt.,  28  January,  1796, 
died  Albion,  Mich.,  14  October,  1868;  married  Rutland  County, 
Vt.,  26  June,  1817,  to  Rebecca  Greene,  born  Ashburnham, 
Mass.,  15  June,  1795,  died  Arlington,  Mich.,  2  June,  1865. 

Martha  E.  Cushman,  born  Covington,  N.  Y.,  20  December,  1837, 
removed  to  California,  by  rail,  arrived  20  May,  1875,  died  San 
Francisco,  California,  19  February,  1883;  married  Ann  Arbor, 
Mich.,  24  September,  1859,  to  Festus  Cone  Lewis,  born  near 
Batavia,  Genesee  County,  N.  Y.,  12  August,  1829,  died  San 
Francisco,  21   April,   1884. 

Festus  Cushman  Lewis,  born  Ann  Arbor,  Mich.;  married  Oakland, 
California,  21  December,  1886,  to  Alice  Louise  Thompson,  born 
Ann  Arbor,  Mich.,  removed  to  California,  January,  1883-4. 

Harold  Cushman   Lewis,  born  Oakland,  California. 


Note.— For  the  will  of  Isaac"  Cushman,  above,  see  Appendix,  pages  195-97. 

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California  No.  80  General  No.  3511 

CONSTANCE  DOROTHY   VAN    ETTEN    (COLLINS) 

EDWARDS 

MRS.  NOEL  CONDIFF  EDWARDS 

Los  Angeles,  California 

William  Bradford,  baptized  Austerfield,  England,  19  March, 
1589,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  9  May,  1657;  married  Plymouth, 
14  August,  1623,  to  Alice  (Carpenter)  Southworth,  born 
about  1590,  died  Plymouth,  26  March,  1670. 

William  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  17  June,  1624,  died 
Plymouth,  20  February,  1703-4;  married  about  1650,  to  Alice 
Richards,  born  about  1627,  died  Plymouth,  12  December,  1671. 

Alice  Bradford,  born  l66l,  died  Norwich,  Conn.;  married  27 
March,  1680,  to  the  Rev.  William  Adams,  born  Ipswich,  Mass., 
27  May,  1650,  died  Dedham,  Mass.,  17  August,  1685. 

Alice  Adams,  born  Dedham,  Mass.,  3  April,  1682,  died  Enfield, 
Conn.,  19  February,  1735;  married  7  January,  1701,  to  the 
Rev.  Nathaniel  Collins,  Jr.,  born  Middletown,  Conn.,  13  June, 
1677,  died  Enfield,  31  December,  1756. 

The  Rev.  Nathaniel  Collins,  3rd,  born  Enfield,  Conn.,  17  Au- 
gust, 1709,  died  Enfield,  5  December,  1787;  married  Enfield, 
17  July,  1735,  to  Abigail  Pease,  born  Enfield,  7  June,  1708, 
died  Enfield. 

Eliphalet  Collins,  born  Enfield,  Conn.,  11  July,  1744,  died 
Enfield,  22  May,  1815;  married  Enfield,  1  November,  1770,  to 
Abigail  Abbe,  born  Enfield,  13  May,  1750,  died  Enfield,  22 
January,  1844. 

Ahira  Collins,  born  Enfield,  Conn.,  12  November,  1787,  died 
Long  Island  Sound,  1  November,  1863;  married  Naugatuck, 
Conn.,  1807,  to  Jemima  Wooster,  born  Naugatuck,  died  New 
Haven,  Conn.,  I86I. 

OzRO  Collins,  born  W^oodbridge,  Conn.,  1811,  died  Philadelphia, 
Penn.,  4  November,  1890;  married  Owasco,  N.  Y.,  23  October, 
1843,  to  Ann  Van  Etten,  born  Owasco,  N.  Y.,  12  June,  1819, 
died  Toledo,  Ohio,  22  December,   1858. 

HoLDRiDGE  OzRo  CoLLiNs,  bom  Cayuga  County,  N.  Y.,  removed 
to  Los  Angeles.  California,  February,  1889;  married  Chicago, 
111.,  23  April,  1874,  to  Mary  Ballance,  born  Peoria,  111.,  19 
May,  1851,  died  Peoria,  24  December,  1894. 

Constance  Dorothy  Van  Etten  Collins,  born  Chicago,  111. ; 
married  Vallejo,  California,  15  May,  1914,  to  Noel  Condiff 
Edwards,  A.  B.  (Leland  Stanford  Junior  University,  1914), 
born  Los  Angeles,  California. 

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California  No.  81  General  No.  3512 

REJOYCE  BALLANCE  (COLLINS)  BOOTH 

MRS.  CHARLES  MACLAY  BOOTH 

Halleck,  California 

William  Bradford,  born  Austerfield,  England,  19  March,  1589, 
died  Plymouth,  9  May,  1657;  married  Plymouth,  14  August,  1623, 
to  Alice  (Carpenter)  Southworth,  born  about  1590,  died 
Plymouth,  26  March,  1670. 

William  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  17  June,  1624,  died  Plymouth, 
20  February,  1703-4;  married  about  1650  to  Alice  Richards, 
born  about  1627,  died  Plymouth,  26  March,  1670. 

Alice  Bradford,  born  1661,  died  Norwich,  Conn.;  married  27 
March,  1680,  to  the  Rev.  William  Adams,  born  Ipswich,  Mass., 
27  May,  1650,  died  Dedham,  Mass.,  17  August,  1685. 

Alice  Adams,  born  Dedham,  Mass.,  3  April,  1682,  died  Enfield, 
Conn.,  19  February,  1735;  married  7  January,  1701,  to  the 
Rev.  Nathaniel  Collins,  Jr.,  born  Middletown,  Conn.,  13  June, 
1677,  died  Enfield,  31  December,  1756. 

The  Rev.  Nathaniel  Collins,  3rd,  born  Enfield,  Conn.,  17  Au- 
gust, 1709,  died  Enfield,  5  December,  1787;  married  Enfield, 
17  July,  1735,  to  Abigail  Pease,  born  Enfield,  7  June,  1708, 
died  Enfield. 

Eliphalet  Collins,  born  Enfield,  Conn.,  11  July,  1744,  died 
Enfield,  22  May,  1815;  married  Enfield,  1  November,  1770,  to 
Abigail  Abbe,  born  Enfield,  13  May,  1750,  died  Enfield,  22 
January,  1844. 

Ahira  Collins,  born  Enfield,  Conn.,  12  November,  1787,  died 
Long  Island  Sound,  1  November,  1863;  married  Naugatuck, 
Conn.,  1807,  to  Jemima  Wooster,  born  Naugatuck,  died  New 
Haven,  Conn.,  1861. 

OzRo  Collins,  born  Woodbridge,  Conn.,  1811,  died  Philadelphia, 
Penn.,  4  November,  1890;  married  Owasco,  N.  Y.,  23  October, 
1843,  to  Ann  Van  Etten,  born  Owasco,  N.  Y.,  12  June,  1819, 
died  Toledo,  Ohio,  22  December,  1858. 

HoLDRiDGE  OzRO  CoLLiNS,  bom  Cayuga  County,  N.  Y.,  removed 
to  Los  Angeles,  California,  February,  1889;  married  Chicago, 
111.,  23  April,  1874,  to  Mary  Ballance,  born  Peoria,  111.,  19 
May,  1851,  died  Peoria,  24  December,  1894. 

Rejoyce  Ballance  Collins,  LL.  B.  (Smith  College,  1898),  born 
Chicago,  111.;  married  Peoria,  111.,  4  April,  1910,  to  Charles 
Maclay  Booth,  born  Peoria. 

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California  No.  82  General  No.  3518 

JOHN   WILLIAM   ATKINS 
Berkeley,  California 

Peter  Brown,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  10  October,  16SS; 
married  to  Martha  ( )  Ford. 

Mary  Brown,  married  Ephraim  Tinkham. 

Peter  Tinkham,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  25  December,  1653;  mar- 
ried Mercy  Mendall,  born  Marshfield,  Mass.,  3  August,  1666. 

Joanna  Tinkham,  born  1696,  died  Middleboro,  Mass.,  28  June, 
1738;  married  Middleboro,  16  April,  1716,  to  Joseph  Bates, 
born  1692,  died  Middleboro,  31  August,  1778. 

Joseph  Bates,  born  Middleboro,  Mass.,  18  March,  1721-2,  died 
Hartland,  Vt.,  27  August,  1789;  married  Middleboro,  16  Novem- 
ber, 1749,  to  Eunice  Tinkham,  born  about  1729^  died  Middle- 
boro, 14  October,  1785. 

Eliphalet  Bates,  born  Middleboro,  Mass.,  5  March,  1769,  died 
Randolph,  Vt.,  30  May,  1840;  married  to  Mary  Story,  died 
Randolph,  Vt.,  April,   1836. 

Thomas  Bates,  born  Wakefield,  Vt.,  30  December,  1807,  died 
Griggsville,  111.,  16  July,  1892;  married  Hartland,  Vt.,  28  Oc- 
tober, 1833,  to  Ann  Cleveland,  born  Hartland,  Vt.,  18  March^ 
1807,  died  Maysville,  111.,  31  May,  1847. 

Lucy  Bates,  born  Maysville,  111.,  3  July,  1842;  married  Normal, 
111.,  14  July,  1866,  to  Samuel  Thomas  Atkins,  born  East  Reed- 
ville,  Mt.  Vernon  Township,  Kennebec  County,  Maine. 

John  William  Atkins,  born  Lincoln,  111. 


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California  No.  82  General  No.  351 S 

JOHN    WILLIAM    ATKINS 
Berkeley,  California 

Peter   Brown,  born   Plymouth,   Mass.,  before    10   October,    1633; 

married  Plymouth,  between  1627  and   1631,  to  Mary  , 

died  after  3  January,  1633-4. 

Mary  Brown,  married  Ephraim  Tinkham. 

Ebenezer  Tinkham,  born  30  September,  1651,  died  8  April,  1718; 
married  before  1679  to  Elizabeth  Burroughs,  died  8  April, 
1718. 

Ebenezer  Tinkham,  born  23  March,  1679;  married  Middleboro, 
Mass.,  28  October,  1703,  to  Patience  Pratt,  born  1681,  died 
29  March,  1718. 

Peter  Tinkham,  born  5  September,  1709;  married  Middleboro, 
Mass.,  1  April,  1730,  to  Eunice  Thomas,  died  Middleboro, 
Mass.,  8  April,  1778. 

Eunice  Tinkham,  born  Middleboro,  Mass.,  6  July,  1730,  died 
Middleboro,  14  October,  1785;  married  Middleboro,  16  Novem- 
ber, 1749,  to  Joseph  Bates,  Jr.,  born  Middleboro,  18  March, 
1721-2,  died  Hartland,  Vt.,  27  August,  1789- 

Eliphalet  Bates,  born  Middleboro,  Mass.,  5  March,  1769,  died 
Randolph,  Vt.,  30  May,  1840;  married  to  Mary  Story,  died 
Randolph,  Vt.,  April,   1836. 

Thomas  Bates,  born  Wakefield,  Vt.,  30  December,  1807,  died 
Griggsville,  111.,  16  July,  1892;  married  Hartland,  Vt.,  28  Oc- 
tober, 1833,  to  Ann  Cleveland,  born  Hartland,  Vt,,  18  March^ 
1807,  died  Maysville,  111.,  31  May,  1847. 

Lucy  Bates,  born  Maysville,  111.,  3  July,  1842;  married  Normal, 
111.,  14  July,  1866,  to  Samuel  Thomas  Atkins,  born  East  Reed- 
ville,  Mt.  Vernon  Township,  Kennebec  County,  Maine. 

John  William  Atkins,  born  Lincoln,  111. 


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California  No.  83  General  No.  3514 

JULIA  (REED)  REIDt 

MRS.  WILLIAM  THOMAS  REID 

Belmont,  California 

William  Bradford,  born  Austerfield,  England,  19  March,  1589, 
died  Plymouth,  9  May,  1657;  married  Plymouth,  14  August,  1623, 
to  Alice  (Carpenter)  Southworth,  born  about  1590,  died 
Plymouth,  £6  March,  1670. 

William  Bradford,  born  Plymouth,  17  June,  1624,  died  Plymouth, 
20  February,  1703-4;  married  about  1650  to  Alice  Richards, 
born  about  1627,  died  Plymouth,  12  December,  1671. 

Alice  (Bradford)  Adams,  married  8  May,  1687,  to  James  Fitch, 
born  Saybrook,  Conn.,  2  August,  1649,  died  Canterbury,  Conn., 

10  November,  1727. 

Ebenezer  Fitch,  born  10  January,  1689-90,  died  Windsor,  Conn., 
20  November,  1724;  married  Canterbury,  Conn.,  18  September, 
1712,  to  Bridget  Brown. 

Elijah  Fitch,  born  Windsor,  Conn,,  23  February,  1717-18;  mar- 
ried Windsor,  Conn.,  28  October,  1742,  to  Mary  Loomis,  born 
Windsor,  Conn.,  12  January,  1720-1,  died  Windsor,  Conn.,  5 
May,  1744. 

Mary  Fitch,  born  Windsor,  Conn.,  25  April,  1744,  died  Windsor, 

11  November,  1774;  married  Windsor,  6  December,  1759,  to 
Ebenezer  Reed,  born  Windsor,  22  March,  1734,  died  East 
Windsor,  Conn.,  11  March,  1818. 

Elijah  Fitch  Reed,  born  East  Windsor,  Conn.,  13  May,  1767, 
died  South  Windsor,  9  September,  1847;  married  North  Bolton, 
Conn.,  6  January,  1792,  to  Hannah  McLean,  born  North  Bol- 
ton, Conn.,  7  December,  1769,  died  East  Windsor,  19  February. 
1841. 

Maro  McLean  Reed,  born  East  Windsor,  Conn.,  18  October,  1801, 
removed  (with  his  wife)  in  1830  via  Erie  Canal  and  a  "one-hoss 
shay"  to  Jacksonville,  111.,  died  Jacksonville,  28  June,  1877; 
married  Warehouse  Point,  Conn.,  16  September,  1830,  to  Eliza- 
beth Lathrop,  born  Hartford,  Conn.,  20  August,  1807,  removed, 
after  1877,  to  Berkeley,  California,  died  Belmont,  California, 
9  February,  1904. 

Julia  Reed,  born  Jacksonville,  111.,  20  November,  1846,  died  Bel- 
mont, 21  April,  1917;  married  Jacksonville,  16  August,  1870,  to 
William  Thomas  Reid,  born  Jacksonville,  111.,  removed  (with  his 
wife)  by  steamer  from  New  York  to  Isthmus  of  Panama,  thence  by 
steamer  Constitution,  arriving  San  Francisco,  California,  March, 
1875;  President  University  of  California,  July  18,  1881  to  1885. 

t  Deceased. 

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California  No.  83  General  No.  8514 

JULIA  (REED)  REIDt 

MRS.  WILLIAM  THOMAS  REID 

Belmont,  California 

William  Brewster,  born  (probably)  Scrooby,  England,  1566-7, 
died  Plymouth,  10  April,  1644;  married  before  1593,  to  Mary 
,  born  1568-9,  died  Plymouth,  17  April,  1627. 

Jonathan  Brewster,  born  Scrooby,  England,  12  August,  1593, 
died  New  London,  Conn.,  7  August,  1659;  married  Plymouth, 
Mass.,  10  April,  1624,  to  Lucretia  Oldham,  died  New  London, 
4  March,  1678-9. 

Grace  Brewster,  born  Duxbury,  1  November,  l6S9,  died  New 
London,  Conn.,  22  April,  1684;  married  New  London,  4  August, 
1659,  to  Daniel  Wetherell,  born  Maidstone,  Kent,  England, 
29  November,  16S0,  died  New  London,  14  April,  1719. 

Mary  (Wetherell)  Harris,  born  New  London,  7  October,  I668, 
died  New  London,  22  August,  1711 ;  married  New  London,  about 
1694,  to  George  Denison,  born  (probably)  Stonington,  Conn., 
28  March,  1671,  died  New  London,  22  January,  1720. 

Hannah  Denison,  born  New  London,  Conn.,  28  March,  1699; 
married  4  September,  1718,  to  John  Hough. 

Hannah  Hough,  died  Hanover,  N.  H.,  16  January,  1807;  mar- 
ried 23  January,  1743,  to  Elisha  Lathrop,  born  13  July,  1713, 
died  Lebanon,  N.  H.,  2  July,  1787. 

Elijah  Lathrop,  born  Norwich,  Conn.,  20  October,  1743,  died 
2  December,  1822;  married  Horton,  Nova  Scotia,  10  April, 
1763,  to  Elizabeth  Elderkin,  born  30  October,  1740,  died 
Lebanon,  N.  H.,  17  February,  1812. 

James  Lathrop,  born  Norwich,  Conn.,  22  April,  1764,  died  Hart- 
ford, Conn.,  20  May,  1813;  married  New  London,  Conn.,  12 
December,  1790,  to  Parthenia  Bliss,  born  about  1767,  died 
Hartford,  Conn.,  3  May,  1813. 

Elizabeth  Lathrop,  born  Hartford,  Conn.,  20  August,  1807,  died 
Belmont,  California,  9  February,  1904;  married  Warehouse 
Point,  Conn.,  16  September,  1830,  to  Dr.  Maro  McLean  Reed, 
born  East  Windsor,  Conn.,  18  October,  1801,  died  Jacksonville, 
111.,  28  June,  1877. 

Julia  Reed,  born  Jacksonville,  111.;  married  Jacksonville,  I6 
August,  1870,  to  William  Thomas  Reid,  bom  Jacksonville. 

t  Deceased. 

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ELDER  BREWSTER'S  SWORD 

AND  SCABBARD 

At  the  Massachusetts  Historical  Society 

Rooms,  Boston.    The  gift  of 

Mr.    S.   Shaw,    Jan.    30,    1798 


ELDER  BREWSTER'S  CHAIR 
At  Pilgrim  Hall,  Plymouth  Massachusetts 


THE  BREWSTER  CHEST 
-At  the  Connecticut  Historical  Society  Room.' 

From  The  Brewster  Genealogy  Oopyriglit,  19ns,  by  Emma  C.  Brewster  .Jones 


Hartford 


California  No.  84  General  No.  3535 

THE   REV.  SANFORD    TAYLOR    BREWSTER 

Corning,  California 

William  Brewster,  probably  born  Scrooby,  England,  1656-7,  died 
Plymouth,  Mass.,  10  April,  1644;  married  before  1593  to  Mary 
,  born  1658-9,  died  Plymouth,  17  April,  1627. 

Love  Brewster,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  before  31  January,  1650-1; 
married  Plymouth,  15  May,  1634,  to  Sarah  Collier,  born  about 
161 6,  died  Plymouth,  26  April,  1691. 

William  Brewster,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  1645-6,  died  Duxbury, 
Mass.,  3  November,  1723;  married  Duxbury,  2  January,  1672,  to 
Lydia  Partridge,  died  Duxbury,  2  February,   1742-3. 

Benjamin  Brewster,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  7  July,  1688,  died 
about  1752;  married  10-16  October,  1713,  to  Elizabeth  Witter, 
born  Preston,  Conn.,  3  March,  1694,  died  21  February,  1740-1. 

Simon  Brewster,  born  Preston,  Conn.,  10  June,  1720,  died  Gris- 
wold.  Conn.,  29  June,  1801;  married  Norwich,  Conn.,  25  May, 
1742,  to  Anne  Andros,  died  Griswold,  20  October,  1809- 

JuDAH  Brewster,  born  Preston,  Conn.,  15  January,  1749,  died 
Preston;  married  Plainfield,  Conn.,  13  February,  1772,  to  Lucy 
Hall,  died  Plainfield. 

Sanford  Brewster,  born  Preston,  Conn.,  3  March,  1788,  removed 
to  Ohio  about  1812,  died  Huron,  Ohio,  28  April,  1857;  married 
Huron,  1847,  to  (3)  Emily  Hutchins,  born  StraiFord,  Vt.,  30 
March,  1814,  removed  to  Ohio  about  1846,  died  Sandusky,  Ohio, 
22  February,  1859- 

Sanford  Taylor  Brewster,  born  Huron,  Ohio,  ordained  an  Epis- 
copal clergyman,  June,  1879?  by  the  Rt.  Rev.  Gregory  T.  Bedell, 
D.  D.,  Bishop  of  Northern  Ohio,  at  the  Church  of  the  Holy 
Spirit  of  Kenyon  College  and  Bexley  Hall  Theological  Seminary 
at  Gambier,  Ohio,  from  which  he  was  graduated ;  married  ( 1 ) 
Steubenville,  Ohio,  1  April,  1880,  to  Anna  Dyke  Dohrman, 
born  Steubenville,  25  April,  1852,  died  Corning,  California,  31 
May,  1905;  married  (2)  San  Francisco,  California,  18  April, 
191  Ij  to  Emma  Brewster  Jones,  born  Cincinnati,  Ohio. 


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California  No.  85  Ohio  No.  20  General  No.  1024 

EMMA  CORDELIA  BREWSTER  (JONES)  BREWSTER 

MRS.  SANFORD  TAYLOR  BREWSTER 

Coming,  California 

William  Brewster,  probably  born  Scrooby,  England,  1656-7,  died 
Plymouth,  Mass.,  10  April,  1644;  married  before  1593  to  Mary 
,  born  1658-9,  died  Plymouth,  17  April,  1627. 

Love  Brewster,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  before  31  January,  1650-1 ; 
married  Plymouth,  15  May,  1634,  to  Sarah  Collier,  born  about 
1616,  died  Plymouth,  26  April,  1691. 

William  Brewster,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  1645-6,  died  Duxbury, 
Mass.,  3  November,  1723;  married  Duxbury,  2  January,  1672,  to 
Lydia  Partridge,  died  Duxbury,  2  February,   1742-3. 

William  Brewster,  born  Duxbury,  4  May,  1683,  died  Lebanon, 
Conn.,  26  December,  1768;  married  Duxbury,  Mass.,  20  May, 
1708,  to  HoPESTiLL  Wadsworth,  born  about  1690,  died  Lebanon, 
Conn.,  25  March,  1775. 

IcHABOD  Brewster,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  15  January,  1710-11, 
died  Lebanon,  Conn.,  27  July,  1797;  married  Duxbury,  3  June, 
1735,  to  Lydia  Barstow,  born  Scituate,  Mass.,  1  April,  1717, 
died  Lebanon,  6  February,  1815. 

IcHABOD  Brewster,  born  Lebanon,  Conn.,  6  March,  1753,  died 
Lebanon,  27  July,  1841;  married  Lebanon,  16  or  18,  November, 
1772,  to  Lucy  Clark,  born  Lebanon,  11  May,  1755,  died 
Lebanon,  21  or  27  October,  1836. 

Lot  Edward  Brewster,  born  Lebanon,  Conn.,  15  August,  1792, 
died  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  21  June,  1849;  married  Lancaster,  Penn., 
27  January,  1822,  to  Elizabeth  Rich  Hurley,  born  North- 
umberland, Penn.,  May  1797,  died  near  Milford,  Ohio,  18 
August,  1875. 

Elizabeth  Hubley  Brewster,  born  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  30  January, 
1828,  removed  to  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  in  1831,  died  Cincinnati, 
Ohio,  5  December,  1879;  married  Cincinnati,  14  April,  1846, 
to  John  Goodin  Jones,  born  Philadelphia,  Penn.,  9  July,  1824, 
removed  to  Cincinnati,  about  1834,  died  Cincinnati,  4  February, 
1883. 

Emma  Cordelia  Brewster  Jones,  born  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  married 
San  Francisco,  California,  18  April,  1911,  to  the  Rev.  Sanford 
Taylor  Brewster,  born  Huron,  Ohio. 


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California  No.  86  General  No.  3536 

ROBERT  CAMERON  ROGERSt 
Santa  Barbara,  California 

Thomas  Rogers,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  between  1  January  and 
31  March,  1621. 

Jo^PH  Rogers,  died  Eastham,  Mass.,  between  2  and  15  January, 

1677;  married  before  1633  to  Hannah  ,  died  after  2 

January,  1677. 

John  Rogers,  born  Duxbury,  3  April,  1642,  died  Eastham,  be- 
tween 27  April,  1713,  and  10  August,  1714;  married  Eastham, 
19  August,  1669,  to  Elizabeth  Twining,  died  Eastham,  10 
March,  1724-5. 

Nathaniel  Rogers,  born  Eastham,  3  October,  1693;  married 
Harwich,  Mass.,  1  February,  1721-2,  to  Silence  Dimock. 

Jabez  Rogers,  born  Eastham,  30  June,  1727,  died  Tolland,  Mass., 
24  May,  1803;  married  Harvard,  Mass.,  November,  1753,  to 
Lucy  Keep,  born  Harvard,  12  October,  1734,  died  Tolland,  3 
June,  1803. 

Samuel  Rogers,  born  North  Bolton,  Conn.,  SO  January,  1764,  died 
Unadilla,  N.  Y.,  12  March,  1829;  married  East  Windsor,  Conn., 
24  November,  1785,  to  Sarah  Skinner,  born  East  Windsor, 
7  December,  1766,  died  Alden,  N.  Y.,  2  October,  1850. 

GusTAvus  Adolphus  Rogers,  born  Unadilla,  N.  Y.,  24  April,  1798, 
died  Chicago,  111.,  26  November,  1872;  married  Bath,  N.  Y., 
19  April,  1827,  to  Susan  Ann  Campbell,  born  Bath,  N.  Y., 
27  December,  1804,  died  Chicago,  29  July,  1875. 

Sherman  Skinner  Rogers,  born  Bath,  N.  Y.,  16  April,  1830, 
died  Santa  Barbara,  California,  23  March,  1900;  married  Bath, 
N.  Y.,  6  January,  1858,  to  Christina  Cameron  Davenport, 
born  Hornell,  N.  Y.,  22  November,  1830,  died  Santa  Barbara, 
California,  16  March,  1897. 

Robert  Cameron  Rogers,  born  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  7  January,  1862, 
died  Santa  Barbara,  California,  20  April,  1912;  married  Santa 
Barbara,  California,  21  July,  1898,  to  Beatrice  (Fernald) 
Roberts,  born  Santa  Barbara,  California,  (daughter  of  the  late 
Charles  Fernald,  passenger  by  the  Tahmaroo,  arrived  San 
Francisco,  California,  1   July,  1849). 

t  Deceased. 


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California  No.  87  General  No,  3537 

MARY  ANN  (CLOUGH)  KIMBALLt 

MRS.  CHARLES  BRADBURY  KIMBALL 

Palo  Alto,  California 

Stephen  Hopkins,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  between  6  June  and  17 
July,  1644. 

Gyles  Hopkins,  died  Eastham,  Mass.,  before  16  April,  1690; 
married  9  October,  1639,  to  Catherine  Wheldon,  (ied  after  5 
March,  1688-9. 

Stephen  Hopkins,  born  Eastham,  Mass.,  September,  1642,  died 
Harwich,  Mass.,  10  October,  1718-9;  married  Eastham,  23  May, 
1667,  to  Mary  Merrick,  born  Eastham,  6  November,  1650. 

Samuel  Hopkins,  born  Eastham,  Mass.,  March,  1682,  died  Brew- 
ster, Mass.,  about  1742;  married  to  Lydia  . 

Reliance  Hopkins,  born  Harwich,  Mass.,  17  November,  1709, 
died  Southeast,  Putnam  County,  New  York,  25  February,  1788; 
married  Harwich,  19  June,  1735,  to  Lieut.  David  Crosby,  born 
Harwich,  13  April,  1709,  died  Southeast,  N.  Y.,  20  October, 
1793. 

David  Crosby,  born  Harwich,  Mass.,  1737,  died  Southeast,  N.  Y., 
16  November,  1816;  married  Southeast,  N.  Y.,  to  Bethiah 
Paddock,  born  Yarmouth,  Mass.,  17  April,  1737,  died  Southeast, 
N.  Y.,  2  July,  1776. 

Deborah  Crosby,  born  Southeast,  N.  Y.,  12  September,  1767,  died 
Fenner,  Madison  County,  N.  Y.,  1853;  married  Southeast,  N.  Y., 
to  Dr.  Hezekiah  Hyatt,  born  Norwalk,  Conn.,  or  New  Salem, 
N.  Y.,  11  January,  1762,  died  Fenner,  N.  Y.,  April,  1841. 

Marie  Louise  Hyatt,  born  Fenner,  N.  Y.,  9  March,  1814,  died 
Racine,  Wis.,  1  June,  1870;  married  Fenner,  N.  Y.,  9  Septem- 
ber, 1835,  to  Col.  Simeon  DeWitt  Clough,  born  Nelson,  N.  Y., 
13  August,  1814,  died  Racine,  Wis.,  9  February,  1884. 

Mary  Ann  Clough,  born  Mexico,  N.  Y.,  8  January,  1841,  died 
Palo  Alto,  California,  20  May,  1913;  married  Racine,  Wis.,  27 
August,  1853,  to  Charles  Bradbury  Kimball,  born  Howland, 
Maine,  31  March,  1831,  died  East  Oakland,  California,  3  July, 
1896. 

t  Deceased. 


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SARAH    CATHARINE  (SMITH)  GORHAM 

MRS.  JOHN  EDWIN  GORHAM 

San  Francisco,  California 

William  Brewster,  born  (probably)  at  Scrooby,  England,  1566-7, 
died  Plymouth,  10  April,  1644;  married  before  1593  to  Mary 
,  born  1568-69,  died  Plymouth,  17  April,  1627. 

Love  Brewster,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  before  31  January,  1650-1 ; 
married  Plymouth,  15  May,  1634,  to  Sarah  Collier,  born  about 
1616,  died  Plymouth,  26  April,  1691. 

Wrestling    Brewster,   born    Duxbury,    Mass.,   died    Duxbury,    1 

January,    1696-7;   married   to   Mary  ,   died   Kingston, 

Mass.,  12  November,  1742. 

Abigail  Brewster,  born  1683,  died  6  May,  1761;  married  Dux- 
bury, Mass.,  28  October,  1707,  to  Elisha  Stetson,  died  11 
February,  1755. 

Elisha  Stetson,  born  30  January,  1719,  died  Kingston,  Mass., 
28  August,  1803;  married  Kingston,  26  April,  1742,  to  Sarah 
Adams,  born  Jones'  River  Parish,  Mass.,  1721,  died  26  October, 
1804. 

Samuel  Stetson,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  19  November,  1749,  died 
Kingston,  12  May,  1828;  married  Kingston,  25  January,  1776, 
to  HuLDAH  Brewster,  born  Kingston,  13  November,  1756,  died 
Kingston,  25  December,  1833. 

Judith  Stetson,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  16  February,  1788,  died 
Waltham,  Mass.,  November,  1846;  married  Kingston,  17  May, 
1810,  to  David  Smith,  born  Waltham,  April,  1789,  died  Wal- 
tham, 11  February,  1851. 

David  Wiswell  Smith,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  26  March,  1811, 
removed  to  California  by  steamer  from  New  York  to  the  Isthmus 
of  Panama,  and  from  thence  by  steamer  Oregon,  arrived  San 
Francisco,  18  October,  1850,  died  San  Francisco,  California, 
13  June,  1873;  married  Boston,  Mass.,  31  March,  1836,  to 
Sarah  Ann  Milton,  born  Boston,  10  July,  1815,  arrived  San 
Francisco,  California,  by  clipper  ship  Shooting  Star,  17  August, 
1852,  died  San  Francisco,  31   December,   1881. 

Sarah  Catharine  Smith,  born  Boston,  Mass.,  removed  with  her 
mother,  by  clipper  ship  Shooting  Star,  arrived  San  Francisco, 
California,  17  August,  1852;  married  San  Francisco,  l6  Sep- 
tember, 1863  to  John  Edwin  Gorham,  born  Richmond,  Va., 
22   July,   1835,  died   San  Francisco,   California,   25   May,   1873. 

Note. — The  mail  steamer  "Oregon,"  when  entering  the  bay  of  San  Fran- 
cisco on  the  above  trip,  "flred  repeated  preconcerted  signal  guns,  which 
warned  the  citizens  of  the  glorious  news"  of  the  admission  of  California  as 
the  thirty-flrst  State  of  the  Union,  on  9  September,  1850.  The  first  papers 
were  sold  by  the  newsboys  at  from  one  to  five  dollars  each. 

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SARAH    CATHARINE  (SMITH)  GORHAM 

MRS.  JOHN  EDWIN  GORHAM 

San  Francisco,  California 

Richard  Warren,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  1628;  married  before 
1611  to  Elizabeth  ,  born  about  1583,  died  Plymouth, 

2  October,  1673. 

Ann  Warren,  born  England,  about  l6l2,  died  after  19  February, 
1675-6;  married  Plymouth,  Mass.,  19  April,  1633,  to  Thomas 
Little,  buried  Marshfield,  Mass.,  12  March,  1671. 

Hannah  Little,  died  Scituate,  Mass.,  13  May,  1710;  married 
Scituate,  25  January,  l66l,  to  Stephen  Tilden,  died  Scituate, 
22  August,  1711. 

Mary  Tilden,  born  Scituate,  Mass.,  7  April,  1668;  married  to 
James  Thomas. 

Hannah  Thomas,  died  Kingston,  Mass.,  20  August,  1788;  married 
Duxbury,  Mass.,  12  July,  1722,  to  Wrestling  Brewster,  born 

3  or  4  August,  1694,  died  Kingston,  1  January,  1767. 

Wrestling  Brewster,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  29  August,  1724, 
died  Kingston,  8  February,  1810;  married  12  July,  1750,  to 
Deborah  Seabury,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  13  April,  1727,  died 
Kingston,  23  October,  1802. 

HuLDAH  Brewster,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  13  November,  1756, 
died  Kingston,  25  December,  1833;  married  Kingston,  25  Jan- 
uary, 1776,  to  Samuel  Stetson,  died  Kingston,  12  May,  1828. 

Judith  Stetson,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  16  February,  1788,  died 
Waltham,  Mass.,  November,  1846;  married  Kingston,  Mass.,  17 
May,  1810,  to  David  Smith,  born  Waltham,  Mass.,  April,  1789, 
died  Waltham,  11  February,  1851. 

David  Wiswell  Smith,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  26  March,  1811, 
removed  to  California  by  steamer  from  New  York  to  the  Isthmus 
of  Panama,  and  from  thence  by  steamer  Oregon,  arrived  San 
Francisco,  18  October,  1850,  died  San  Francisco,  California, 
13  June,  1873;  married  Boston,  Mass.,  31  March,  1836,  to 
Sarah  Ann  Milton,  born  Boston,  10  July,  1815,  arrived  San 
Francisco,  California,  by  clipper  ship  Shooting  Star,  17  August, 
1852,  died  San  Francisco,  31   December,  1881. 

Sarah  Catharine  Smith,  born  Boston,  Mass.,  removed  with  her 
mother,  by  clipper  ship  Shooting  Star,  arrived  San  Francisco, 
California,  17  August,  1852;  married  San  Francisco,  16  Sep- 
tember, 1863,  to  John  Edwin  Gorham,  born  Richmond,  Va., 
22  July,   1835,  died  San   Francisco,  California,  25   May,  1878. 

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SARAH    CATHARINE  (SMITH)  GORHAM 

MRS.  JOHN  EDWIN  GORHAM 

San  Francisco,.  California 

John  Alden,  born  about  1599,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  12  Septem- 
ber, 1687;  married  Plymouth,  before  1624,  to  Priscilla  Mullins 
(daughter  of  William  and  Alice  Mullins,  passengers  on  the 
Mayflower^,  died  after  1650. 

Elizabeth  Alden,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  died  Little  Compton, 
R.  I.,  31  May,  1717;  married  Duxbury,  Mass.,  26  December, 
1644,  to  William  Pabodie,  born  about  1620,  died  Little  Comp- 
ton, R.  I.,  13  December,  1707. 

Priscilla  Pabodie,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  15  January,  1653,  died 
3  June,  1724;  married  Duxbury,  2  December,  16 — ,  to  the 
Rev.  Ichabod  Wiswall,  born  about  1637,  died  Duxbury,  23 
July,  1700. 

Deborah  Wisall,  died  22  April,  1776,  married  31  October, 
1717,  to  Samuel  Seabury. 

Deborah  Seabury,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  13  April,  1721,  died 
Kingston,  23  October,  1802;  married  12  July,  1750,  to  Wrest- 
ling Brewster,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  29  August,  1724,  died 
Kingston,  8  February,  1810. 

HuLDAH  Brewster,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  13  November,  1756, 
died  Kingston,  25  December,  1833;  married  Kingston,  25  Jan- 
uary, 1776,  to  Samuel  Stetson,  born  Kingston,  19  November, 
1749,  died  Kingston,  12  May,  1828. 

Judith  Stetson,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  I6  February,  1788,  died 
Waltham,  Mass.,  November,  1846;  married  Kingston,  17  May, 
1810,  to  David  Smith,  born  Waltham,  April,  1789,  died  Wal- 
tham, 11  February,  1851. 

David  Wiswell  Smith,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  26  March,  1811, 
removed  to  California  by  steamer  from  New  York  to  the  Isthmus 
of  Panama,  and  from  thence  by  steamer  Oregon,  arrived  San 
Francisco,  18  October,  1850,  died  San  Francisco,  California, 
13  June,  1873;  married  Boston,  Mass.,  31  March,  1836,  to 
Sarah  Ann  Milton,  born  Boston,  10  July,  1815,  arrived  San 
Francisco,  California,  by  clipper  ship  Shooting  Star,  17  August, 
1852,  died  San  Francisco,  31   December,  1881. 

Sarah  Catharine  Smith,  born  Boston,  Mass.,  removed  with  her 
mother,  by  clipper  ship  Shooting  Star,  arrived  San  Francisco. 
California,  17  August,  1852;  married  San  Francisco,  I6  Sep- 
tember, 1863  to  John  Edwin  Gorham,  born  Richmond,  Va., 
22  July,   1835,  died   San  Francisco,  California,  25   May,   1873. 

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CAROLINE    LOUISE  (SMITH)  BURR 

MRS.  ELI  BURCHARD  BURR 

San  Francisco,  California 

William  Brewster,  born  (probably)  at  Scrooby,  England,  1566-7, 
died  Plymouth,  10  April,  1644;  married  before  1593  to  Mary 
,  born  1568-9,  died  Plymouth,  17  April,  1627. 

Love  Brewster,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  before  31  January,  1650-1 ; 
married  Plymouth,  15  May,  1634,  to  Sarah  Collier,  born  about 
1616,  died  Plymouth,  26  April  1691. 

Wrestling  Brewster,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  died  Duxbury,  1  Janu- 
ary, 1696-7;  married  to  Mary ,  died  Kingston,  Mass.,  12 

November,  1742. 

Abigail  Brewster,  born  1683,  died  6  May,  1761;  married  Dux- 
bury, Mass.,  28  October,  1707,  to  Elisha  Stetson,  died  11 
February,  1755. 

Elisha  Stetson,  born  30  January,  1719,  died  Kingston,  Mass., 
28  August,  1803;  married  Kingston,  26  April,  1742,  to  Sarah 
Adams,  born  Jones'  River  Parish,  Mass.,  1721,  died  26  October, 
1804. 

Samuel  Stetson,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  19  November,  1749,  died 
Kingston,  12  May,  1828;  married  Kingston,  25  January,  1776, 
to  Huldah  Brewster,  born  Kingston,  13  November,  1756,  died 
Kingston,  25  December,  1833. 

Judith  Stetson,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  16  February,  1788,  died 
Waltham,  Mass.,  November,  1846;  married  Kingston,  17  May, 
1810,  to  David  Smith,  born  Waltham,  April,  1789,  died  Wal- 
tham, 11  February,  1851. 

David  Wiswell  Smith,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  26  March,  1811, 
removed  to  California  by  steamer  from  New  York  to  the  Isthmus 
of  Panama,  and  from  thence  by  steamer  Oregon,  arrived  San 
Francisco,  18  October,  1850,  died  San  Francisco,  California, 
13  June,  1873;  married  Boston,  Mass.,  31  March,  1836,  to 
Sarah  Ann  Milton,  born  Boston,  10  July,  1815,  arrived  San 
Francisco,  California,  by  clipper  ship  Shooting  Star,  17  August, 
1852,  died  San  Francisco,  31   December,  1881. 

Caroline  Louise  Smith,  born  Chelsea,  Mass.,  passenger,  with  her 
mother,  on  clipper  ship  Shooting  Star,  arrived  San  Francisco, 
California,  17  August,  1852;  married  San  Francisco,  1  October, 
1872,  to  Eli  Burchard  Burr,  born  Wabash,  Ind. 


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CAROLINE   LOUISE  (SMITH)  BURR 

MRS.  ELI  BURCHARD  BURR 

San  Francisco,  California 

Richard  Warren,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  1628;  married  before 
l6ll  to  Elizabeth  ,  born  about  1583,  died  Plymouth, 

2  October,  1673. 

Ann  Warren,  born  England,  about  1612,  died  after  19  February, 
1675-6;  married  Plymouth,  Mass.,  I9  April,  1633,  to  Thomas 
Little,  buried  Marshfield,  Mass.,  12  March,  1671. 

Hannah  Little,  died  Scituate,  Mass.,  13  May,  1710;  married 
Scituate,  25  January,  I66I,  to  Stephen  Tilden,  died  Scituate, 
22  August,  1711. 

Mary  Tilden,  born  Scituate,  Mass.,  7  April,  I668;  married  to 
James  Thomas. 

Hannah  Thomas,  died  Kingston,  Mass.,  20  August,  1788;  married 
Duxbury,  Mass.,  12  July,  1722,  to  Wrestling  Brewster,  born 

3  or  4  August,  1694,  died  Kingston,  1  January,  1767. 

Wrestling  Brewster,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  29  August,  1724, 
died  Kingston,  8  February,  1810;  married  12  July,  1750,  to 
Deborah  Seabury,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  13  April,  1727,  died 
Kingston,  23  October,  1802. 

Huldah  Brewster,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  13  November,  1756, 
died  Kingston,  25  December,  1833;  married  Kingston,  25  Jan- 
uary, 1776,  to  Samuel  Stetson,  died  Kingston,  12  May,  1828. 

Judith  Stetson,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  16  February,  1788,  died 
Waltham,  Mass.,  November,  1846;  married  Kingston,  Mass.,  17 
May,  1810,  to  David  Smith,  born  Waltham,  Mass.,  April,  1789, 
died  Waltham,  11  February,  1851. 

David  Wiswell  Smith,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  26  March,  1811, 
removed  to  California  by  steamer  from  New  York  to  the  Isthmus 
of  Panama,  and  from  thence  by  steamer  Oregon,  arrived  San 
Francisco,  18  October,  1850,  died  San  Francisco,  California, 
13  June,  1873;  married  Boston,  Mass.,  31  March,  1836,  to 
Sarah  Ann  Milton,  born  Boston,  10  July,  1815,  arrived  San 
Francisco,  California,  by  clipper  ship  Shooting  Star,  17  August, 
1852,  died  San  Francisco,  31   December,   1881. 

Caroline  Louise  Smith,  born  Chelsea,  Mass.,  passenger,  with  her 
mother,  on  clipper  ship  Shooting  Star,  arrived  San  Francisco, 
California,  17  August,  1852;  married  San  Francisco,  1  October, 
1872,  to  Eli  Burchard  Burr,  born  Wabash,  Ind. 

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California  No.  89  General  No.  3554 

CAROLINE   LOUISE  (SMITH)  BURR 

MRS.  ELI  BURCHARD  BURR 

San  Francisco,  California 

John  Alden,  born  about  1599,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  12  September, 
1687;  married  Plymouth,  before  1624,  to  Priscilla  Mullins 
(daughter  of  William  and  Alice  Mullins,  passengers  on  the 
Mayflower),  died  after  1650. 

Elizabeth  Alden,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  died  Little  Compton, 
R.  I.,  31  May,  1717;  married  Duxbury,  Mass.,  26  December, 
1644,  to  William  Pabodie,  born  about  1620,  died  Little  Comp- 
ton,  R.  I.,  13  December,  1707. 

Priscilla  Pabodie,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  15  January,  1653,  died 
3  June,  1724;  married  Duxbury,  2  December,  l6 — ,  to  the 
Rev.  Ichabod  Wiswall,  born  about  1637,  died  Duxbury,  23 
July,  1700. 

Deborah  Wiswall,  died  22  April,  1776,  married  31  October, 
1717,  to  Samuel  Seabury. 

Deborah  Seabury,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  13  April,  1721,  died 
Kingston,  23  October,  1802;  married  12  July,  1750,  to  Wrest- 
ling Brewster,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  29  August,  1724,  died 
Kingston,  8  February,   1810. 

HuLDAH  Brewster,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  13  November,  1756, 
died  Kingston,  25  December,  1833;  married  Kingston,  25  Jan- 
uary, 1776,  to  Samuel  Stetson,  born  Kingston,  19  November, 
1749,  died  Kingston,  12  May,  1828. 

Judith  Stetson,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  16  February,  1788,  died 
Waltham,  Mass.,  November,  1846;  married  Kingston,  17  May, 
1810,  to  David  Smith,  born  Waltham,  April,  1789,  died  Wal- 
tham, 11  February,  1851. 

David  Wiswell  Smith,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  26  March,  1811, 
removed  to  California  by  steamer  from  New  York  to  the  Isthmus 
of  Panama,  and  from  thence  by  steamer  Oregon,  arrived  San 
Francisco,  18  October,  1850,  died  San  Francisco,  California, 
13  June,  1873;  married  Boston,  Mass.,  31  March,  1836,  to 
Sarah  Ann  Milton,  born  Boston,  10  July,  1815,  arrived  San 
Francisco,  California,  by  clipper  ship  Shooting  Star,  17  August, 
1852,  died  San  Francisco,  31  December,  1881. 

Caroline  Louise  Smith,  born  Chelsea,  Mass.,  passenger,  with  her 
mother,  on  clipper  ship  Shooting  Star,  arrived  San  Francisco, 
California,  17  August,  1852;  married  San  Francisco,  1  October, 
1872,  to  Eli  Burchard  Burr,  born  Wabash,  Ind. 

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California  No.  90  General  No.  S555 

HENRY    NORTON    ORD 
Berkeley,  California 

Edward  Fuller,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  between   1    January  and 

31  March,  1621;  married ,  died  Plymouth,  after 

1  January,  1620-1. 

Samuel  Fuller,  died  Barnstable,  Mass.,  31  October,  1683;  mar- 
ried Scituate,  Mass.,  8  April,  1635,  to  Jane  Lothrop,  baptized 
Edgerton,  Kent,  England,  29  September,  1614,  died  between 
1658  and  1683. 

Samuel  Fuller,  baptized  Scituate,  11  February,  1637-8,  died 
Barnstable,  Mass.,  before  29  December,  1692;  married  Anna 
Fuller,  died  Barnstable,  before  30  December,  1692. 

Benjamin  Fuller,  married  . 

Temperance  Fuller,  born  Barnstable,  Mass.,  7  March,  1702; 
married  30  March,  1727,  to  Joseph  Blossom,  Jr.,  born  Barns- 
table, 14  March,  1703-4. 

James  Blossom,  born  Barnstable,  Mass.,  9  February,  1731;  mar- 
ried 19  June,  1758,  to  Bethiah  Smith. 

AsENATH  Blossom,  born  Barnstable,  Mass.,  30  August,  1770;  mar- 
ried to  Peter  Norton,  born   Nantucket,  Mass.,  7   July,   1765. 

The  Hon.  Milford  Phillips  Norton,  born  Readfield,  Maine, 
23  January,  1794,  died  San  Antonio,  Texas,  8  June,  I860; 
married  Readfield,  Maine,  1823,  to  Sarah  Ann  Oilman,  born 
Waterville,  Maine,  17  December,  1803,  died  Readfield,  1829- 

Charles  Oilman  Norton,  born  Maine,  1827,  died  San  Antonio, 
Texas,  16  June,  I860;  married  Refugio,  Texas,  29  December, 
1853,  to  Fanny  Brown,  born  Texas,  December,  1833,  died  San 
Antonio,  Texas,   14   February,   1894. 

Mary  Frances  Norton,  born  Refugio,  Texas;  married  San  An- 
tonio, Texas,  9  November,  1879,  to  Captain  Edward  Otho 
Cresap  Ord,  born  Benicia,  California  (son  of  the  late  Oeneral 
Edward  Otho  Cresap  Ord,  U.  S.  A.,  removed  to  California 
around  Cape  Horn  with  Company  F,  Third  Regiment,  U.  S 
Artillery,  in  U.  S.  ship  Lexington,  arrived  San  Francisco,  23 
January,  1847). 

Henry  Norton  Ord,  born  Fort  Clark,  Texas. 


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MILTON    LATHAM 
Paris,  France 

James  Chilton,  died  on  the  Mayflower  in  Cape  Cod  Harbor,  8 

December,  1620;  married ,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  after 

1  January,  1620-1. 

Mary  Chilton,  died  Boston,  Mass.,  before  May,  1679;  married 
Plymouth,  between  July,  1623,  and  22  May,  1627,  to  John 
WiNSLOw,  baptized  Droitwich,  England,  18  April,  1597,  died 
Boston,  Mass.,  between  12  March  and  21  May,  1674. 

Susanna  Winslow,  born  Plymouth,  1628,  died  East  Bridgewater, 
before  1683;  married  Plymouth,  1649,  to  Robert  Latham,  died 
Marshfield. 

Chilton  Latham,  born  about  1671,  died  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  6 
August,  1751;  married  Bridgewater,  1699,  to  Susanna  King- 
man, born  Bridgewater,  1679,  died  Bridgewater,  23  June,  1776. 

Arthur  Latham,  born  Bridgewater,  16  September,  1705,  died 
Bridgewater,  1736;  married  Bridgewater,  1733,  to  Alice  Allen. 

Nehemiah  Latham,  born  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  1733,  died  Bridge- 
water,  1807;  married  Bridgewater,  26  May,  1757,  to  Lucy 
Harris,  died  1797. 

Arthur  Latham,  born  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  1758,  died  Lyme, 
N.  H.,  25  November,  1843;  married  Lyme,  N.  H.,  May,  1782, 
to  Mary  Post,  born  Hebron,  Conn.,  2  May,  1760,  died  Lyme, 
N.  H.,  25  February,  1836. 

Bela  Latham,  born  Lyme,  N.  H.,  23  May,  1794,  died  Columbus, 
Ohio,  21  April,  1848;  married  Chilicothe,  Ohio,  8  November, 
1821,  to  Juliana  H.  S.  Sterrett,  born  4  September,  1802,  died 
Columbus,  Ohio,  21  February,  1838. 

James  Hoge  Latham,  born  Columbus,  Ohio,  28  May,  1830,  died 
at  sea  between  New  York  and  Liverpool,  6  June,  1876;  married 
Oakland,  California,  27  November,  I860,  to  Henrietta  Mar- 
shall, born  Philadelphia,  Penn.,  21  October,  1840,  died  Paris, 
France,  6  February,  1909- 

Milton  Slocum  Latham,  born  Sacramento,  California. 


Note. — For  the  wills  of  Chilton*  Latham  and  Bela'  Latham,   above,   see 
Appendix,  pages  206-10. 


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MILTON    LATHAM 
Paris,  France 

Peter  Browne^  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before   10  October,   1633. 

Rebecca  Browne,  married  William  Snow,  died  Bridgewater, 
Mass.,  31  January,  1708. 

Rebecca  Snow,  died  Plympton,  Mass.,  4  April,  1740;  married 
Plymouth,  Mass.,  31  December,  1689,  to  Samuel  Rickard,  died 
Plympton,  Mass.,  7  September,  1727. 

Mehitabel  Rickard,  born  Plympton,  Mass.,  1  April,  1707;  mar- 
ried 12  November,  1730,  to  Arthur  Harris,  born  1708. 

Lucy  Harris,  born  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  1739;  married  Bridge- 
water,  Mass.,  26  May,  1757,  to  Nehemiah  Latham,  born  East 
Bridgewater,  Mass.,  1735,  died  East  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  21 
November,  1807. 

Arthur  Latham,  born  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  l6  February,  1758, 
died  Lyme,  N.  H.,  27  November,  1843;  married  Lyme,  N.  H., 
20  May,  1782,  to  Mary  Post,  born  Hebron,  Conn.,  2  May,  1760, 
died  Lyme,  N.  H.,  25  February,  1836. 

Bela  Latham,  born  Lyme,  N.  H.,  23  May,  1794,  died  Columbus, 
Ohio,  21  April,  1848;  married  Chilicothe,  Ohio,  8  November, 
1821,  to  Juliana  H.  S.  Sterrett,  born  4  September,  1802,  died 
Columbus,  Ohio,  21  February,  1838. 

James  Hoge  Latham,  born  Columbus,  Ohio,  1830,  died  at  sea, 
between  New  York  and  Liverpool,  6  June,  1876;  married  Oak- 
land, California,  27  November,  I860,  to  Henrietta  Marshall, 
born  Philadelphia,  Penn.,  21  October,  1840,  died  Paris,  France, 
6  February,  1909- 

Milton  Slocum  Latham,  born  Sacramento,  California. 


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California  No.  91  General  No.  3556 

MILTON    LATHAM 
Paris,  France 

James  Chilton,  died  on  the  Mayflower  in  Cape  Cod  Harbor,  8 

December,  1620;  married  ,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  after 

1  January,  1620-1. 

Mary  Chilton,  died  Boston,  Mass.,  before  May,  1679;  married 
Plymouth,  Mass.,  between  July,  1623,  and  22  May,  1627,  to 
John  Winslow,  baptized  Droitwich,  England,  18  April,  1597, 
died  Boston,  Mass.,  between  12  March  and  21  May,  1674. 

Susanna  Winslow,  born  Plj'mouth,  Mass.,  1628,  died  East  Bridge- 
water,  Mass.,  before  1683;  married  Plymouth,  1649,  to  Robert 
Latham,  died  Marshfield. 

Mercy  Latham,  born  about  1650;  married  before  19  July,  l671j 
to  Isaac  Harris. 

Isaac  Harris,  married  27  March,  1707,  to  Jane  Cooke,  born 
Plymouth,  Mass.,  16  March,  1688-9- 

Arthur  Harris,  born  about  1708;  married  12  November,  1730,  to 
Mehitable  Rickard. 

Lucy  Harris,  born  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  about  1739;  married  about 
1757,  to  Nehemiah  Latham,  born  East  Bridgewater,  Mass., 
about  1735,  died  East  Bridgewater,  21   November,  1807. 

Arthur  Latham,  born  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  l6  February,  1758, 
died  Lyme,  N.  H.,  27  November,  1843;  married  Lyme,  N.  H., 
20  May,  1782,  to  Mary  Post,  born  Hebron,  Conn.,  2  May, 
1760,  died  Lyme,  N.  H.,  25  February,  1836. 

Bela  Latham,  born  Lyme,  N.  H.,  23  May,  1794,  died  Columbus, 
Ohio,  21  April,  1848;  married  Chilicothe,  Ohio,  8  November, 
1821,  to  Juliana  H.  S.  Sterrett,  born  4  September,  1802,  died 
Columbus,  Ohio,  21  February,  1838. 

James  Hoge  Latham,  born  Columbus,  Ohio,  1830,  died  at  sea, 
6  June,  1876;  married  Oakland,  California,  27  November,  I860, 
to  Henrietta  Marshall,  born  Philadelphia,  Penn.,  21  October, 
1840,  died  Paris,  France,  6  February,  1909- 

Milton  Slocum  Latham,  born  Sacramento,  California. 


Note. — For  the  settlement  of  the  Estate  of  Isaac  Harris  and  the  will  of 
Arthur'  Harris,  above,  see  Appendix,  pages  201-6. 


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MILTON    LATHAM 
Paris,  France 

Francis  Cooke,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  7  April,  1663;  married 
Leyden,  Holland,  about  1603,  to  Hester  Mahieu,  died  before 
18  December,  1675. 

Jacob  Cooke,  born  in  Holland,  about  I6l8,  died  Plymouth,  Mass., 
between  11  and  18  December,  1675;  married  Plymouth,  Mass., 
after  10  June,  1646,  to  Damaris  Hopkins,  died  Plymouth,  before 
18  November,  1669. 

Caleb    Cooke,   born   Plymouth,   Mass.,   29   March,    1651,   died    5 

February,   1721-2;  married  to  Jane  ,  died  between  8 

and  24  April,  1736. 

Jane  Cooke,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  16  March,  1688-9;  married 
27  March,  1707,  to  Isaac  Harris. 

Arthur  Harris,  born  about  1708,  died  after  27  March,  1750; 
married  12  November,  1730,  to  Mehitable  Richard,  died  before 
20  May,  1741. 

Lucy  Harris,  born  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  1739;  married  Bridge- 
water,  Mass.,  26  May,  1757,  to  Nehemiah  Latham,  born  East 
Bridgewater,  Mass.,  about  1735,  died  East  Bridgewater,  21 
November,  1807. 

Arthur  Latham,  born  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  16  February,  1758, 
died  Lyme,  N.  H.,  25  November,  1843;  married  Lyme,  N.  H., 
20  May,  1782,  to  Mary  Post,  born  Hebron,  Conn.,  2  May,  1760, 
died  Lyme,  N.  H.,  25  February,  1836. 

Bela  Latham,  born  Lyme,  N.  H.,  23  May,  1794,  died  Columbus, 
Ohio,  21  April,  1848;  married  Chilicothe,  Ohio,  8  November, 
1821,  to  Juliana  H.  S.  Sterrett,  born  4  September,  1802,  died 
Columbus,  Ohio,  21   February,  1838. 

James  Hoge  Latham,  born  Columbus,  Ohio,  28  May,  1830,  died 
at  sea,  6  June,  1876;  married  Oakland,  California,  27  November, 
I860,  to  Henrietta  Marshall,  born  Philadelphia,  Penn.,  21 
October,  1840,  died  Paris,  France,  6  February,  1909. 

Milton  Slocum  Latham,  born  Sacramento,  California. 


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MILTON    LATHAM 
Paris,  France 

Stephen  Hopkins,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  between  6  June  and 
17  July,  1644. 

Damaris  Hopkins,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  18  November, 
1669;  married  Plymouth,  after  10  June,  1646,  to  Jacob  Cooke, 
born  in  Holland,  about  I6l8,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  between 
11  and  18  December,  1675. 

Caleb    Cooke,   born   Plymouth,   Mass.,   29    March,    1651,   died    5 

February,  1721-2;  married  to  Jane  ,  died  between   8 

and  24  April,  17S6. 

Jane  Cooke,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  16  March,  1688-9;  married 
27  March,  1707,  to  Isaac  Harris. 

Arthur  Harris,  born  about  1708,  died  after  27  March,  1750; 
married  12  November,  1730,  to  Mehitable  Rickard,  died  before 
20  May,  1741. 

Lucy  Harris,  born  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  1739;  married  Bridge- 
water,  Mass.,  26  May,  1757,  to  Nehemiah  Latham,  born  East 
Bridgewater,  Mass.,  about  1735,  died  East  Bridgewater,  21 
November,  1807. 

Arthur  Latham,  born  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  16  February,  1758, 
died  Lyme,  N.  H.,  25  November,  1843;  married  Lyme,  N.  H., 
20  May,  1782,  to  Mary  Post,  born  Hebron,  Conn.,  2  May,  1760, 
died  Lyme,  N.  H.,  25  February,  1836. 

Bela  Latham,  born  Lyme,  N.  H.,  23  May,  1794,  died  Columbus, 
Ohio,  21  April,  1848;  married  Chilicothe,  Ohio,  8  November, 
1821,  to  Juliana  H.  S.  Sterrett,  born  4  September,  1802,  died 
Columbus,  Ohio,  21  February,  1838. 

James  Hoge  Latham,  born  Columbus,  Ohio,  28  May,  1830,  died 
at  sea,  6  June,  1876;  married  Oakland,  California,  27  November, 
I860,  to  Henrietta  Marshall,  born  Philadelphia,  Penn.,  21 
October,  1840,  died  Paris,  France,  6  February,  1909- 

Milton  Slocum  Latham,  born  Sacramento,  California. 


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MISS    EDITH    LATHAM 
Paris,  France 

James  Chilton,  died  on  the  Mayflower  in  Cape  Cod  Harbor,  8 

December,  1620;  married ,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  after 

1  January,  1620-1. 

Mary  Chilton,  died  Boston,  Mass.,  before  May,  1679;  married 
Plymouth,  between  July,  1623,  and  22  May,  1627,  to  John 
WiNSLOw,  baptized  Droitwich,  England,  18  April,  1597,  died 
Boston,  Mass.,  between  12  March  and  21  May,  1674. 

Susanna  Winslow,  born  Plymouth,  1628,  died  East  Bridgewater, 
before  1683;  married  Plymouth,  1649,  to  Robert  Latham,  died 
Marshfield. 

Chilton  Latham,  born  about  1671,  died  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  6 
August,  1751;  married  Bridgewater,  1699,  to  Susanna  King- 
man, born  Bridgewater,  1679,  died  Bridgewater,  23  June,  1776. 

Arthur  Latham,  born  Bridgewater,  l6  September,  1705,  died 
Bridgewater,  1736;  married  Bridgewater,  1733,  to  Alice  Allen. 

Nehemiah  Latham,  born  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  1733,  died  Bridge- 
water,  1807;  married  Bridgewater,  26  May,  1757,  to  Lucy 
Harris,  died  1797. 

Arthur  Latham,  born  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  1758,  died  Lyme, 
N.  H.,  25  November,  1843;  married  Lyme,  N.  H.,  May,  1782, 
to  Mary  Post,  born  Hebron,  Conn.,  2  May,  1760,  died  Lyme, 
N.  H.,  25  February,  1836. 

Bela  Latham,  born  Lyme,  N.  H.,  23  May,  1794,  died  Columbus, 
Ohio,  21  April,  1848;  married  Chilicothe,  Ohio,  8  November, 
1821,  to  Juliana  H.  S.  Sterrett,  born  4  September,  1802,  died 
Columbus,  Ohio,  21  February,  1838. 

James  Hoge  Latham,  born  Columbus,  Ohio,  28  May,  1830,  died 
at  sea  between  New  York  and  Liverpool,  6  June,  1876;  married 
Oakland,  California,  27  November,  I860,  to  Henrietta  Mar- 
shall, born  Philadelphia,  Penn.,  21  October,  1840,  died  Paris, 
France,  6  February,  1909- 

Edith  Latham,  born  Virginia  City,  Nevada. 


Note.— For  the  wills  of  Chilton*  Latham  and   Bela*  Latham,  above,   see 
Appendix,  pages  206-10. 


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MISS    EDITH    LATHAM 
Paris,  France 

Peter  Browne,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before   10  October,  1633. 

Rebecca  Browne,  married  William  Snow,  died  Bridgewater, 
Mass.,  31  January,  1708. 

Rebecca  Snow,  died  Plympton,  Mass.,  4  April,  1740;  married 
Plymouth,  Mass.,  31  December,  1689,  to  Samuel  Richard,  died 
Plympton,  Mass.,  7  September,  1727. 

Mehitabel  Richard,  born  Plympton,  Mass.,  1  April,  1707;  mar- 
ried 12  November,  1730,  to  Arthur  Harris,  born  1708. 

Lucy  Harris,  born  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  1739;  married  Bridge- 
water,  Mass.,  26  May,  1757,  to  Nehemiah  Latham,  born  East 
Bridgewater,  Mass.,  1735,  died  East  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  21 
November,  1807. 

Arthur  Latham,  born  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  16  February,  1758, 
died  Lyme,  N.  H.,  27  November,  1843;  married  Lyme,  N.  H., 
20  May,  1782,  to  Mary  Post,  born  Hebron,  Conn.,  2  May,  1760, 
died  Lyme,  N.  H.,  25  February,  1836. 

Bela  Latham,  born  Lyme,  N.  H.,  23  May,  1794,  died  Columbus, 
Ohio,  21  April,  1848;  married  Chilicothe,  Ohio,  8  November, 
1821,  to  Juliana  H.  S.  Sterrett,  born  4  September,  1802,  died 
Columbus,  Ohio,  21  February,  1838. 

James  Hoge  Latham,  born  Columbus,  Ohio,  1830,  died  at  sea, 
between  New  York  and  Liverpool,  6  June,  1876;  married  Oak- 
land, California,  27  November,  I860,  to  Henrietta  Marshall, 
born  Philadelphia,  Penn.,  21  October,  1840,  died  Paris,  France, 
6  February,  1909- 

Edith  Latham,  born  Virginia  City,  Nevada. 


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MISS    EDITH    LATHAM 
Paris,  France 

James  Chilton,  died  on  the  Mayflower  in  Cape  Cod  Harbor,  8 

December,  1620;  married  ,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  after 

1  January,  1620-1. 

Mary  Chilton,  died  Boston,  Mass.,  before  May,  1679;  married 
Plymouth,  between  July,  1623,  and  22  May,  1627,  to  John 
WiNSLOw,  baptized  Droitwich,  England,  18  April,  1597,  died 
Boston,  Mass.,  between  12  March  and  21  May,  1674. 

Susanna  Winslow,  born  Plymouth,  1628,  died  East  Bridgewater, 
before  1683;  married  Plymouth,  1649,  to  Robert  Latham,  died 
Marshfield. 

Mercy  Latham,  born  about  1650;  married  before  19  July,  1671, 
to  Isaac  Harris. 

Isaac  Harris,  married  27  March,  1707,  to  Jane  Cooke,  born 
Plymouth,  Mass.,  16  March,  1688-9. 

Arthur  Harris,  born  about  1708;  married  12  November,  1730,  to 
Mehitable  Richard. 

Lucy  Harris,  born  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  about  1739;  married  about 
1757,  to  Nehemiah  Latham,  born  East  Bridgewater,  Mass., 
about  1735,  died  East  Bridgewater,  21   November,  1807. 

Arthur  Latham,  born  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  16  February,  1758, 
died  Lyme,  N.  H.,  27  November,  1843;  married  Lyme,  N.  H., 
20  May,  1782,  to  Mary  Post,  born  Hebron,  Conn.,  2  May, 
1760,  died  Lyme,  N.  H.,  25  February,  1836. 

Bela  Latham,  born  Lyme,  N.  H.,  23  May,  1794,  died  Columbus, 
Ohio,  21  April,  1848;  married  Chilicothe,  Ohio,  8  November, 
1821,  to  Juliana  H.  S.  Sterrett,  born  4  September,  1802,  died 
Columbus,  Ohio,  21  February,  1838. 

James  Hoge  Latham,  born  Columbus,  Ohio,  1830,  died  at  sea, 
6  June,  1876;  married  Oakland,  California,  27  November,  I860, 
to  Henrietta  Marshall,  born  Philadelphia,  Penn.,  21  October, 
1840,  died  Paris,  France,  6  February,  1909. 

Edith  Latham,  born  Virginia  City,  Nevada. 


Note. — For  the  settlement  of  the  Estate  of  Isaac  Harris  and  the  will  of 
Arthur'  Harris,  above,  see  Appendix,  pages  201-6. 


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MISS    EDITH    LATHAM 
Paris,  France 

Francis  Cooke,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  7  April,  1663;  married 
Leyden,  Holland,  about  1603,  to  Hester  Mahieu,  died  before 
18  December,  1675. 

Jacob  Cooke,  born  in  Holland,  about  1618,  died  Plymouth,  Mass., 
between  11  and  18  December,  1675;  married  Plymouth,  Mass., 
after  10  June,  1646,  to  Damaris  Hopkins,  died  Plymouth,  before 
18  November,  1669. 

Caleb    Cooke,   born   Plymouth,   Mass.,   29   March,   1651,   died   5 

February,  1721-2;  married  to  Jane  ,  died  between   8 

and  24  April,  1736. 

Jane  Cooke,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  16  March,  1688-9;  married 
27  March,  1707,  to  Isaac  Harris. 

Arthur  Harris,  born  about  1708,  died  after  27  March,  1750; 
married  12  November,  1730,  to  Mehitable  Rickard,  died  before 
20  May,  1741. 

Lucy  Harris,  born  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  1739;  married  Bridge- 
water,  Mass.,  26  May,  1757,  to  Nehemiah  Latham,  born  East 
Bridgewater,  Mass.,  about  1735,  died  East  Bridgewater,  21 
November,  1807. 

Arthur  Latham,  born  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  16  February,  1758, 
died  Lyme,  N.  H.,  25  November,  1843;  married  Lyme,  N.  H., 
20  May,  1782,  to  Mary  Post,  born  Hebron,  Conn.,  2  May,  1760, 
died  Lyme,  N.  H.,  25  February,  1836. 

Bela  Latham,  born  Lyme,  N.  H.,  23  May,  1794,  died  Columbus, 
Ohio,  21  April,  1848;  married  Chilicothe,  Ohio,  8  November, 
1821,  to  Juliana  H.  S.  Sterrett,  born  4  September,  1802,  died 
Columbus,  Ohio,  21  February,  1838. 

James  Hoge  Latham,  born  Columbus,  Ohio,  28  May,  1880,  died 
at  sea,  6  June,  1876;  married  Oakland,  California,  27  November, 
I860,  to  Henrietta  Marshall,  born  Philadelphia,  Penn.,  21 
October,  1840,  died  Paris,  France,  6  February,  1909- 

Edith  Latham,  born  Virginia  City,  Nevada. 


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MISS    EDITH    LATHAM 
Paris,  France 

Stephen  Hopkins,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  between  6  June  and 
17  July,  1644. 

Damaris  Hopkins,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  18  November, 
1669;  married  Plymouth,  after  10  June,  1646,  to  Jacob  Cooke, 
born  in  Holland,  about  1618,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  between 
11  and  18  December,  1675. 

Caleb  Cooke,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  29  March,    1651,    died    5 

February,  1721-2;  married  to  Jane  ,  died  between  8 

and  24  April,  1736. 

Jane  Cooke,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  16  March,  1688-9;  married 
27  March,  1707,  to  Isaac  Harris. 

Arthur  Harris,  born  about  1708,  died  after  27  March,  1750; 
married  12  November,  1730,  to  Mehitable  Rickard,  died  before 
20  May,  1741. 

Lucy  Harris,  born  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  1739;  married  Bridge- 
water,  Mass.,  26  May,  1757,  to  Nehemiah  Latham,  born  East 
Bridgewater,  Mass.,  about  1735,  died  East  Bridgewater,  21 
November,  1807. 

Arthur  Latham,  born  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  16  February,  1758, 
died  Lyme,  N.  H.,  25  November,  1843;  married  Lyme,  N.  H,, 
20  May,  1782,  to  Mary  Post,  born  Hebron,  Conn.,  2  May,  1760, 
died  Lyme,  N.  H.,  25  February,  1836. 

Bela  Latham,  born  Lyme,  N.  H.,  23  May,  1794,  died  Columbus, 
Ohio,  21  April,  1848;  married  Chilicothe,  Ohio,  8  November, 
1821,  to  Juliana  H.  S.  Sterrett,  born  4  Spetember,  1802,  died 
Columbus,  Ohio,  21  February,  1838. 

James  Hoge  Latham,  born  Columbus,  Ohio,  28  May,  1830,  died 
at  sea,  6  June,  1876;  married  Oakland,  California,  27  November, 
I860,  to  Henrietta  Marshall,  born  Philadelphia,  Penn.,  21 
October,  1840,  died  Paris,  France,  6  February,  1909. 

Edith  Latham,  born  Virginia  City,  Nevada. 


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California  No.  93  General  No.  3576 

ADELAIDE  (JUNIPHER)  HUNT 

MRS.  JOHN  STANDISH  HUNT 

Santa  Monica,  California 

Richard  Warren,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  1628;  married  before 
l6ll  to  Elizabeth  ,  died  Plymouth,  2  October,  1678. 

Mary  Warren,  born  in  England,  before  1612,  died  Plymouth, 
27  March,  1683;  married  to  Robert  Bartlett,  died  Plymouth, 
between  19  September  and  29  October,  1676. 

Joseph  Bartlett,  born  Plymouth,  about  1639,  died  Plymouth, 
18  February,  1711-2;  married  to  Hannah  Pope,  born  Plymouth, 
about  1639,  died  Plymouth,  12  March,  1710-11. 

Joseph  Bartlett,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  about  1665,  died  before 
1705;  married  1692  to  Lydia  Griswold. 

Joseph  Bartlett,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  15  May,  1693;  married 
1717,  to  Elizabeth  Bartlett. 

Sylvanus  Bartlett,  born  1719;  married  7  July,  1743,  to  Martha 
Wait. 

Jesse  Bartlett,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  1772,  died  Logan,  Ohio, 
about  1846;  married  to  Betsy  L.  Drew,  born  Plymouth,  25 
December,  1781,  died  Plymouth,  23  September,  1806. 

Sylvanus  Bartlett,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  23  November,  1798, 
died  New  Plymouth,  Ohio,  29  September,  1849;  married  Athens, 
Ohio,  14  August,  1823,  to  Amanda  Bingham,  born  Athens,  Ohio, 
10  July,  1798,  died  Greendale,  Ohio,  2  December,  1881. 

Julia  Bingham  Bartlett,  born  New  Plymouth,  Ohio;  married 
Logan,  Ohio,  9  February,  1869,  to  Alexander  Junipher,  born 
Nelsonville,  Ohio,  removed  to  California,  by  rail,  in  1903. 

Adelaide  Junipher,  born  Greendale,  Ohio,  removed  to  California 
in  1900;  married  Greendale,  Ohio,  11  June,  1890,  to  John 
Standish  Hunt,  born  Newark,  Ohio. 


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California  No.  94  General  No.  3577 

FRANK    ALDEN    CHURCH 
San  Francisco,  California 

John  Alden,  born  about  1599,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  12  Septem- 
ber, 1787;  married  Plymouth,  before  1624,  to  Priscilla  Mul- 
LiNS,  daughter  William  and  Alice  Mullins,  all  passengers  on 
the  Mayflower,  died  after  1650. 

Joseph  Alden,  born  Plymouth,  after  22  May,  1627,  died  Bridge- 
water,   Mass.,   8   February,    1697;   married  to   Mary   Simmons. 

John  Alden,  born  about  1674,  died  Middleboro,  Mass.,  29  Sep- 
tember, 1730;  married  to  Hannah  White,  born  Weymouth, 
Mass.,  5  May,  1681,  died  Middleboro,  5  October,  1732. 

John  Alden,  born  Middleboro,  10  September,  1718,  died  27 
March,  1821;  married  14  May,  1739,  to  Lydia  Lazell,  died 
17  April,  1749. 

John  Alden,  born  7  February,  1740  (N.  S.),  died  before  28 
March,  1817;  married  to  Lois  Southworth. 

Lydia  L.  Alden,  born  2  October,  1775,  died  22  September,  1835; 
married  28  November,  1792,  to  Gamaliel  Church,  born  26 
January,  1766,  died  27  May,  1844. 

Isaac  Sherman  Church,  born  Fairhaven,  Mass.,  17  April,  1820, 
died  San  Francisco,  California,  12  September,  1904;  married 
San  Francisco,  26  May,  1855,  to  Sarah  Lavinia  Foard,  born 
Cecil  County,  Maryland,  16  February,  1823,  removed  to  Cali- 
fornia via  Panama  (crossing  the  Isthmus  on  muleback)  in  1853, 
died  San  Francisco,  California,  August,  1915. 

Frank  Alden  Church,  born  Petaluma,  California. 


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FRANK    ALDEN    CHURCH 
San  Francisco,  California 

Richard  Warren,  died   Plymouth,   Mass.,    1628;   married  before 

l6ll,  to  Elizabeth  ,  born  about  1583,  died  Plymouth, 

Mass.,  2  October,  1673. 

Elizabeth  Warren,  born  Hingham,  Mass.,  9  March,  1669-70; 
married  Plymouth,  about  1635,  to  Richard  Church,  born  about 
1608,  died  Dedham,  Mass.,  27  December,  1668. 

Joseph  Church,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  about  1638,  died  Little 
Compton,  R.  I.,  5  March,  1711;  married  30  December,  1660,  to 
Mary  Tucker,  baptized  Hingham,  Mass.,  8  October,  1640,  died 
Little  Compton,  R.  L,  21  March,  1710. 

Joseph  Church,  born  June,  1663,  died  Little  Compton,  R.  I., 
19  December,  1715;  married  Little  Compton,  1688,  to  Grace 
Shaw,  born  1666,  died  1   March,  1737. 

Nathaniel  Church,  born  8  February,  1693;  married  Little  Comp- 
ton, R.  I.,  14  March,  1717,  to  Innocent  Head. 

Caleb  Church,  born  28  April,  1728,  died  1771;  married  21  Sep- 
tember, 1751,  to  Mercy  Pope,  born  26  January,  1729-30,  died 
before  8  December,  1780. 

Gamaliel  Church,  born  26  January,  1766,  died  27  May,  1844; 
married  28  November,  1792,  to  Lydia  Alden,  born  2  October, 
1775,  died  22  September,  1835. 

Isaac  Sherman  Church,  born  Fairhaven,  Mass.,  17  April,  1820, 
died,  San  Francisco,  California,  12  September,  1904;  married 
San  Francisco,  26  May,  1855,  to  Sarah  Lavinia  Foard,  born 
Cecil  County,  Maryland,  16  February,  1823,  removed  to  Cali- 
fornia via  Panama  (crossing  the  Isthmus  on  muleback)  in  1858, 
died  San  Francisco,  August,  1915. 

Frank  Alden  Church,  born  Petaluma,  California. 


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California  No.  95  General  No.  S587 

BETHUEL    MERRITT    NEWCOMB 
Berkeley,  California 

Stephen  Hopkins,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  between  6  June  and  17 
July,  1644. 

Gyles  Hopkins,  died  Eastham,  Mass.,  before  16  April,  1690; 
married  9  October,  1639,  to  Catherine  Wheldon,  died  after  5 
March,  1688-9. 

Deborah  Hopkins,  married  Eastham,  Mass.,  27  July,  1668,  to 
JosiAH  Cook. 

Elizabeth  Cook,  born  Eastham,  Mass.,  June,  1674;  married  Oc- 
tober, 1693,  to  Thomas  Newcomb,  died  after  1722. 

Thomas  Newcomb,  born  Eastham,  Mass.,   13  August,   1697,  died 

after   1761;   married    (1)    Hepzibah  ,  died   before   31 

May,  1732. 

Silas  Newcomb,  born  Provincetown,  Mass.,  19  April,  1725;  mar- 
ried 5  August,  1748,  to  Susannah  Kilbourne. 

Silas  Newcomb,  born  Provincetown,  Mass.,  16  December,  1761, 
died  Hingham,  Mass.,   13   May,   1848;  married,  about   1782,  to 

AZUBAH    CrOWELL. 

William  Newcomb,  died  Burnham,  Maine,  25  August,  1850;  mar- 
ried Warren,  Maine,  10  April,  1815,  to  Elizabeth  Sidens- 
parker,  born  Thomaston,  Maine,  25  August,  1798,  died  Milford, 
Maine,  18  September,  1866. 

Jedidiah  Newcomb,  born  Thomaston,  Maine,  30  January,  1820, 
died  Yankee  Jim,  California,  2  July,  1852;  married  Burnham, 
Maine,  1  March,  1846,  to  Deborah  Charlotte  Shaw,  born 
Franklin  County,  Maine,  26  February,  1826,  died  Oat  Hill, 
California,  6  September,  1906. 

Bethuel  Merritt  Newcomb,  born  Burnham,  Maine;  married 
Belfast,  Maine,  to  Annie  Sarah  Harkness,  born  Belfast,  Maine. 


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California  No.  96  General  No.  3588 

JULIA   ADA  (NEWCOMB)  MUNGER 

MRS.  JAMES  KNOX  POLK  MUNGER 

San  Jose,  California 

Stephen  Hopkins,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  between  6  June  and  17 
July,  1644. 

Gyles  Hopkins,  died  Eastham,  Mass.,  before  16  April,  1690; 
married  9  October,  1639,  to  Catherine  Wheldon,  died  after  5 
March,  1688-9. 

Deborah  Hopkins,  married  Eastham,  Mass.,  27  July,  1668,  to 
JosiAH  Cook. 

Elizabeth  Cook,  born  Eastham,  Mass.,  June,  1674;  married  Oc- 
tober, 1693,  to  Thomas  Newcomb,  died  after  1722. 

Thomas  Newcomb,  born  Eastham,  Mass.,   13  August,   1697,  died 

after   1761;  married   (1)    Hepzibah  ,   died   before   31 

May,  1732. 

Silas  Newcomb,  born  Provincetown,  Mass.,  19  April,  1725;  mar- 
ried 5  August,  1748,  to  Susannah  Kilbourne. 

Silas  Newcomb,  born  Provincetown,  Mass.,  16  December,  1761, 
died  Hingham,  Mass.,  13  May,  1848;  married,  about  1782,  to 
Azubah  Crowell. 

William  Newcomb,  died  Burnham,  Maine,  25  August,  1850;  mar- 
ried Warren,  Maine,  10  April,  1815,  to  Elizabeth  Sidens- 
PARKER,  born  Thomaston,  Maine,  25  August,  1798,  died  Milford, 
Maine,  18  September,  1866. 

Jedidiah  Newcomb,  born  Thomaston,  Maine,  30  January,  1820, 
died  Yankee  Jim,  California,  2  July,  1852;  married  Burnham, 
Maine,  1  March,  1846,  to  Deborah  Charlotte  Shaw,  born 
Franklin  County,  Maine,  26  February,  1826,  died  Oat  Hill, 
California,  6  September,  I906. 

Julia  Ada  Newcomb,  born  Burnham,  Maine;  married  Corning, 
Iowa,  29  November,  1877,  to  James  Knox  Polk  Munger,  born 
Farrington,  111. 


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California  No.  97  General  No.  3589 

ALICE    MAUD  (BLANCHARD)  VALENTINE 

MRS.  JOHN  JOSEPH  VALENTINE 

Oakland,  California 

William  Brewster,  born  (probably)  Scrooby,  England,  1566-7, 
died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  10  April,   1644;  married  before  1593  to 

Mary  ,  born  1568-9,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  17  April, 

1627. 

Jonathan  Brewster,  born  Scrooby,  England,  12  August,  1593, 
died  New  London,  Conn.,  7  August,  1659;  married  Plymouth, 
Mass.,  to  LucRETiA  Oldham,  died  New  London,  Conn,,  4  March, 
1678-9. 

Mary  Brewster,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  16  April,  1627;  married 
Plymouth,  10  November,  1645,  to  John  Turner. 

Joseph  Turner,  born  Scituate,  Mass.,  12  January,  1648,  died 
Scituate,  13  February,  1724;  married  Hingham,  Mass.,  19 
November,  1674,  to  Bathshua  (Hobart)  Leavitt,  born  Hing- 
ham, October,  1640,  died  Scituate,  14  April,  1724. 

Bathshua  Turner,  born  Scituate,  Mass.,  30  December,  1679,  died 
Scituate,  16  March,  1744;  married  Scituate,  1  December,  1698, 
to  Hatherly  Foster,  born  Dorchester,  Mass.,  22  September, 
1671,  died  Scituate,  11  July,  1751. 

Elizabeth  Foster,  born  Scituate,  Mass.,  14  February,  1721;  mar- 
ried Scituate,  21  April,  1741,  to  Joshua  Barstow,  born  8  Sep- 
tember, 1720,  died  3  October,  1763. 

Timothy  Barstow,  died  Portland,  Maine,  9  August,  1837;  married 
Portland,  Maine  (intentions),  18  November,  1797,  to  Susanna 
Simonton,  born  Cape  Elizabeth,  Maine,  30  September,  1766, 
died  Portland,  Maine,  5  March,  1848. 

George  Simonton  Barstow,  born  Portland,  Maine,  22  December, 
1807,  died  Portland,  7  March,  1874;  married  Portland,  7  Jan- 
uary, 1830,  to  Ellen  Merrill,  born  Newburyport,  Mass.,  17 
May,  1807,  died  Portland,  17  August,  1873. 

Abbie  Merrill  Barstow,  born  Portland,  Maine,  20  February, 
1833,  died  Seattle,  Wash.,  31  October,  1887;  married  Ports- 
mouth, N.  H.,  11  September,  1851,  to  Dudley  Blanchard, 
born  Cumberland,  Maine,  17  January,  1821,  died  Tacoma,  Wash., 
24  December,  1903. 

Alice  Maud  Blanchard,  born  Morris  Township,  Penn.;  married 
Seattle,  Wash.,  23  August,  1888,  to  John  Joseph  Valentine, 
born  Bowling  Green,  Ky.,  12  November,  1840,  died  Oakland, 
California,  21   December,  1899- 

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California  No.  97  General  No.  3589 

ALICE    MAUD  (BLANCHARD)  VALENTINE 

MRS.  JOHN  JOSEPH  VALENTINE 

Oakland,  Califoniia 

John  Alden,  born  about  1599,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  12  Septem- 
ber, 1687;  married  Plymouth,  before  1624,  to  Priscilla  Mullins 
(daughter  of  William  and  Alice  Mullins,  passengers  on  the 
Mayflower),  died  after  1650. 

Elizabeth  Alden,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  died  Little  Compton, 
R.  I.,  31  May,  1717;  married  Duxbury,  Mass.,  26  December, 
1644,  to  William  Pabodie,  born  about  1620,  died  Little  Comp- 
ton, R.  I.,  13  December,  1707. 

Mary  Pabodie,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  7  August,  1648;  married 
Duxbury,  16  November,  1671,  to  Edward  Southworth. 

Mercy  Southworth,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  about  1680,  died  Dux- 
bury, after  1728;  married  about  1701  to  Moses  Soule,  died 
Duxbury,  after  1748. 

Barnabas  Soule,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  about  1705,  died  North 
Yarmouth,  Maine,  8  April,  1780;  married  about  1737  to  Jane 
Bradbury,  baptized  Salisbury,  Mass.,  4  August,  1718. 

Mercy  Soule,  born  North  Yarmouth,  Maine,  27  November,  1749, 
died  1  June,  1816;  married  about  1769  to  Ozias  Blanchard, 
died  2  September,  1826. 

John  Blanchard,  born  30  October,  1789,  died  14  October,  1857; 
married  January,  1811,  to  Judith  Merrill,  born  16  October, 
1792,  died  Lock  Haven,  Pennsylvania,  5  April,  1866. 

Dudley  Blanchard,  born  Cumberland,  Maine,  17  January,  1821, 
died  Tacoma,  Wash.,  24  December,  1903;  married  Portsmouth, 
N.  H.,  11  September,  1851,  to  Abbie  Merrill  Barstow,  born 
Portland,  Maine,  20  February,  1833,  died  Seattle,  Wash.,  31 
October,  1887. 

Alice  Maud  Blanchard,  born  Morris  Township,  Penn. ;  married 
Seattle,  Wash.,  23  May,  1888,  to  John  Joseph  Valentine,  born 
Bowling  Green,  Ky.,  12  November,  1840,  died  Oakland,  Cali- 
fornia, 21  December,  1899. 


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California  No.  97  General  No.  S589 

ALICE   MAUD  (BLANCHARD)  VALENTINE 

MRS.  JOHN  JOSEPH  VALENTINE 

Oakland,  California 

George  Soule,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  before  23  January,  1679-80; 

married  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  1627  to  Mary  ,  died 

Duxbury,  Mass.,  December,  1676. 

John  Soule,  born  about  1632,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  14  Novem- 
ber, 1707;  married  Hester . 

Moses  Soule,  born  Duxbury,  1632;  married  about  1701  to  Merct 
Southworth,  born  Duxbury,  died  Duxbury. 

Barnabas  Soule,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  1705,  died  North  Yar- 
mouth, Maine,  8  April,  1780;  married  1737  to  Jane  Bradbury, 
born  about  1718. 

Mercy  Soule,  born  North  Yarmouth,  Maine,  27  November,  17*9, 
died  1  June,  1816;  married  about  1769  to  Ozias  Blanchard, 
died  2  September,  1826. 

John  Blanchard,  born  North  Yarmouth,  Maine,  30  October, 
1789,  died  14<  October,  1857;  married  1811  to  Judith  Merrill, 
born  16  October,  1792,  died  Lock  Haven,  Penn.,  5  April,  1866. 

Dudley  Blanchard,  born  Cumberland,  Maine,  17  January,  1821, 
died  Tacoma,  Wash.,  24  December,  1903;  married  Portsmouth, 
N.  H.,  11  September,  1851,  to  Abbie  Merrill  Barstow,  born 
Portland,  Maine,  20  February,  1833,  died  Seattle,  Wash.,  31 
October,  1887. 

Alice  Maud  Blanchard,  born  Morristown  Township,  Penn.;  mar- 
ried Seattle,  Wash.,  23  May,  1888,  to  John  Joseph  Valentine, 
born  Bowling  Green,  Ky.,  12  November,  1840,  died  Oakland, 
California,  21  December,  1899. 


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California  No.  98  General  No.  S6lO 

MARY    BLANCHE  (CUSHMAN)  HUBBARD 

MRS.  CYRUS  HAYDEN  HUBBARD 

Berkeley,  California 

Isaac  Allerton,  born  about  1586,  died  New  Haven,  Conn.,  be- 
tween 1  and  12  February,  1658-9;  married  Leyden,  Holland, 
4  November,  l6ll,  to  Mary  Norris,  died  Plymouth,  25  Feb- 
ruary, 1620-21. 

Mary  Allerton,  born  Leyden,  Holland,  died  Plymouth,  Mass., 
28  November,  1699;  married  Plymouth,  about  1636,  to  Thomas 
CusHMAN,  born  February,  1608,  died  Plymouth,  10  or  11  De- 
cember, 1691. 

Thomas  Cushman,  born  Plymouth,  September,  1637,  died  Plymp- 
ton,  23  August,  1726;  married  Plymouth,  17  November,  1664, 
to  Ruth  Howland,  died  between  1672  and  1679- 

Robert  Cushman,  born  Plymouth,  4  October,  1664,  died  Kingston, 

Mass.,  7  September,  1757;  married  about  1697  to  Persis , 

born  about  1670,  died  Kingston,  14  January,  1743-4. 

Thomas  Cushman,  born  Plymouth,  14  February,  1706,  died  Kings- 
ton, Mass.,  17  June,  1768;  married  to  Mehitable  Faunce,  bom 
11  April,  1722,  died  Kingston,  19  June,  1761. 

James  Cushman,  born  Kingston,  22  December,  1756,  died  Kings- 
ton, 15-24  November,  1832;  married  June,  1780,  to  Mercy 
Morton,  born  19  April,  1762,  died  15  January,  1827. 

Nathaniel  Cushman,  born  Kingston,  8  July,  1781,  died  Kingston, 
17  July,  1868;  married  Kingston,  1  January,  1809,  to  Rebecca 
SouLE  Stetson,  born  Kingston,  19  March,  1783,  died  Kingston, 
23  April,  1862. 

Mathew  Smith  Cushman,  born  Kingston,  21  June,  1811,  sailed 
from  New  York  by  steamer  Arago,  and  from  Panama  by  steamer 
America,  arriving  Sacramento,  California,  January,  1868,  died 
Sacramento,  California,  28  November,  1891;  married  Phoenix, 
N.  Y.,  6  November,  1853,  to  Mary  Minerva  Burke,  born 
Phoenix,  N.  Y.,  accompanied  her  husband  to  California. 

Mary  Blanche  Cushman,  born  Phoenix,  N.  Y.,  arrived  in  Sacra- 
mento with  her  parents,  in  January,  1 868 ;  married  Sacramento, 
California,  24  December,  1876,  to  Cyrus  Hayden  Hubbard, 
born  Poland,  Ohio,  22  February,  1841,  removed  to  California, 
by  steamer,  about  1865,  died  Berkeley,  California,  7  December, 
1907. 

Note. — For  abstracts  of  records  proving  the  existence  of  an  hitherto  un- 
known son  of  Thomas'  and  Ruth=^  (Howland)  Cushman,  above,  see  Appendix, 
pages  217-26  inclusive. 

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California  No.  98  General  No.  S6lO 

MARY    BLANCHE  (CUSHMAN)  HUBBARD 

MRS.  CYRUS  HAYDEN  HUBBARD 

Berkeley,  California 

John  Alden,  born  about  1599,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  12  September, 
1687;  married  Plymouth,  before  1624,  to  Priscilla  Mulmns 
(daughter  of  William  and  Alice  Mullins,  passengers  on  the 
Mayflower),  died  after  1650. 

Elizabeth  Alden,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  died  Little  Compton, 
R.  I.,  31  May,  1717;  married  Duxbury,  Mass.,  26  December, 
1644,  to  William  Pabodie,  born  about  1620,  died  Little  Comp- 
ton, R.  L,  13  December,  1707. 

Priscilla  Pabodie,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  15  January,  1653,  died 
S  June,  1724;  married  Duxbury,  2  December,  16 — ,  to  the 
Rev.  Ichabod  Wiswall,  born  about  1637,  died  Duxbury,  23 
July,  1700. 

Deborah  Wiswall,  died  22  April,  1776,  married  31  October, 
1717,  to  Samuel  Seabury. 

Deborah  Seabury,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  13  April,  1721,  died 
Kingston,  23  October,  1802;  married  12  July,  1750,  to  Wrest- 
ling Brewster,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  29  August,  1724,  died 
Kingston,  8  February,  1810. 

Huldah  Brewster,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  13  November,  1756, 
died  Kingston,  25  December,  1833;  married  Kingston,  25  Jan- 
uary, 1776,  to  Samuel  Stetson,  born  Kingston,  19  November, 
1749,  died  Kingston,  12  May,  1828. 

Rebecca  Soule  Stetson,  born  Kingston,  19  March,  1783,  died 
Kingston,  23  April,  1862;  married  Kingston,  1  January,  1809. 
to  Nathaniel  Cushman,  born  Kingston,  8  July,  1781,  died 
Kingston,  17  July,  1868. 

Mathew  Smith  Cushman,  born  Kingston,  21  June,  1811,  sailed 
from  New  York  by  steamer  Arago,  and  from  Panama  by  steamer 
America,  arriving  Sacramento,  California,  January,  1868,  died 
Sacramento,  California,  28  November,  1891 ;  married  Phoenix, 
N.  Y.,  6  November,  1853,  to  Mary  Minerva  Burke,  born 
Phoenix,  N.  Y.,  accompanied  her  husband  to  California. 

Mary  Blanche  Cushman,  born  Phoenix,  N.  Y.,  arrived  in  Sacra- 
mento with  her  parents,  in  January,  1868;  married  Sacramento. 
California,  24  December,  1876,  to  Cyrus  Hayden  Hubbard, 
born  Poland,  Ohio,  22  February,  1841,  removed  to  California, 
by  steamer,  about  1865,  died  Berkeley,  California,  7  December, 
1907. 


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MARY    BLANCHE  (CUSHMAN)  HUBBARD 

MRS.  CYRUS  HAYDEN  HUBBARD 

Berkeley,  California 

William  Brewster,  born  (probably)  at  Scrooby,  England,  1566-7, 
died  Plymouth,  10  April,  1644;  married  before  1593  to  Marv 
,  born  1568-69,  died  Plymouth,  17  April,  1627. 

Love  Brewster,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  before  31  January,  1650-1 ; 
married  Plymouth,  15  May,  1634,  to  Sarah  Collier,  born  about 
I6l6,  died  Plymouth,  26  April,  1691. 

Wrestling    Brewster,    born    Duxbury,    Mass.,    died    Duxbury,    I 

.January,    1696-7;   married   to   Mary  ,  died   Kingston, 

Mass.,  12  November,  1742. 

Wrestling  Brewster,  born  3-4  August,  1694,  died  Kingston. 
Mass.,  1  January,  — ;  married  12  July,  1722,  to  Hannah 
Thomas,  born  Duxbury,  30  August,  1698,  died  Kingston,  20 
August,  1788. 

Wrestling  Brewster,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  29  August,  1724, 
died  Kingston,  8  February,  1810;  married  12  July,  1750,  to 
Deborah  Seabury,  born  Duxbury,  13  April,  1721,  died  Kings- 
ton, 23  October,  1802. 

HuLDAH  Brewster,  born  Kingston,  13  November,  1756,  died 
Kingston,  25  December,  1833;  married  Kingston,  25  January, 
1776,  to  Samuel  Stetson,  born  Kingston,  19  November,  1749, 
died  Kingston,  12  May,  1828. 

Rebecca  Soule  Stetson,  born  Kingston,  19  March,  178S,  died 
Kingston,  23  April,  1862;  married  Kingston,  1  January,  1809, 
to  Nathaniel  Cushman,  born  Kingston,  8  July,  1781,  died 
Kingston,  17  July,  1868. 

Mathew  Smith  Cushman,  born  Kingston,  21  June,  1811,  died 
Sacramento,  California,  28  November,  1891;  married  Phoenix, 
N,  Y.,  6  November,  1853,  to  Mary  Minerva  Burke,  born 
Phoenix,  N.  Y. 

Mary  Blanche  Cushman,  born  Phoenix,  N.  Y. ;  married  Sacra- 
mento, California,  24  December,  1876,  to  Cyrus  Hayden  Hub- 
bard, born  Poland,  Ohio,  22  February,  1841,  died  Berkeley, 
California,  7  December,  1907. 


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MARY    BLANCHE  (CUSHMAN)  HUBBARD 

MRS.  CYRUS  HAYDEN  HUBBARD 

Berkeley,  California 

Francis  Cooke,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  7  April,  1663;  married 
Leyden,  Holland,  1603,  to  Hester  Mahieu,  died  before  18 
December,  1675. 

Jacob  Cooke,  born  Holland,  about  1618,  died  Plymouth,  Mass., 
between  11  and  18  December,  1675;  married  Plymouth,  Mass., 
after  10  June,  1646,  to  Damaris  Hopkins,  died  Plymouth,  before 
18  November,  1669- 

Jacob  Cooke,  born  1653,  died  Kingston,  Mass.,  24  April,  1747; 
married   to    Lydia    Miller,    born    about    l66l,    died    1    March, 

1727-8. 

Lydia  Cooke,  born  18  May,  1685,  died  Kingston,  Mass.,  7  July, 
1738;  married  1710  to  John  Faunce,  born  3  December,  1683, 
died  Kingston,  18  November,  1751. 

Mehitable  Faunce,  born  11  April,  1722,  died  Kingston,  19  June, 
1761;  married  to  Thomas  Cushman,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  14 
February,  1706,  died  Kingston,  13  June,  1768. 

James  Cushman,  born  Kingston,  22  December,  1756,  died  Kings- 
ton, 15-24  November,  1832;  married  June,  1780,  to  Mercy 
Morton,  born  19  April,  1762,  died  15  January,  1827. 

Nathaniel  Cushman,  born  Kingston,  8  July,  1781,  died  Kingston, 
17  July,  1868;  married  Kingston,  1  January,  1809,  to  Rebecca 
SouLE  Stetson,  born  Kingston,  19  March,  1783,  died  Kingston, 
23  April,  1862. 

Mathew  Smith  Cushman,  born  Kingston,  21  June,  1811,  sailed 
from  New  York  by  steamer  Arago,  and  from  Panama  by  steamer 
America,  arriving  Sacramento,  California,  January,  1868,  died 
Sacramento,  California,  28  November,  1891;  married  Phoenix, 
N.  Y.,  6  November,  1853,  to  Mary  Minerva  Burke,  born 
Phoenix,  N.  Y.,  accompanied  her  husband  to  California. 

Mary  Blanche  Cushman,  born  Phoenix,  N.  Y.,  arrived  in  Sacra- 
mento with  her  parents,  in  January,  1868;  married  Sacramento, 
California,  24  December,  1876,  to  Cyrus  Hayden  Hubbard, 
born  Poland,  Ohio,  22  February,  1841,  removed  to  California, 
by  steamer,  about  1865,  died  Berkeley,  California,  7  December, 
1907. 


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MARY    BLANCHE  (CUSHMAN)  HUBBARD 

MRS,  CYRUS  HAYDEN  HUBBARD 

Berkeley,  California 

Edward  Doty^  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  23  August,  1655;  married 
Plymouth,  6  January,  1634,  to  Faith  Clarke,  buried  Marsh- 
field,  Mass.,  21   December,  1675. 

Edward  Doty,  born  Plymouth,  probably  1637,  died  Plymouth,  8 
February,  1689-90;  married  Plymouth,  26  February,  1662,  to 
Sarah  Faunce,  born  about  1645,  died  Plymouth,  27  June,  1695. 

Martha  Doty,  born  Plymouth,  9  July,  1671;  married  23  Decem- 
ber, 1696,  to  Thomas  Morton,  born  Plymouth,  1667. 

Nathaniel  Morton,  born  Plymouth,  2  October,  1710;  married 
13  November,  1740,  to  (2)  Mary  Ellis. 

Mercy  Morton,  born  19  April,  1762,  died  15  January,  1827; 
married  June,   1780,  to  James  Cushman,  born  Kingston,  Mass., 

22  December,  1756,  died  Kingston,  15-24  November,  1832. 

Nathaniel  Cushman,  born  Kingston,  8  July,  1781,  died  Kingston, 
17  July,  1868;  married  Kingston,  1  January,  1809,  to  Rebecca 
SouLE  Stetson,  born  Kingston,  19  March,  1783,  died  Kingston, 

23  April,  1862. 

Mathew  Smith  Cushman,  born  Kingston,  21  June,  1811,  died 
Sacramento,  California,  28  November,  1891;  married  Phoenix, 
N.  Y.,  6  November,  1853,  to  Mary  Minerva  Burke,  born 
Phoenix,  N.  Y. 

Mary  Blanche  Cushman,  born  Phoenix,  N.  Y. ;  married  Sacra- 
mento, California,  24  December,  1876,  to  Cyrus  Hayden  Hub- 
bard, born  Poland,  Ohio,  22  February,  1841,  died  Berkeley, 
California,  7  December,  1907. 


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MARY    BLANCHE  (CUSHMAN)  HUBBARD 

MRS.  CYRUS  HAYDEN  HUBBARD 

Berkeley,  California 

Stephen  Hopkins,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  between  6  June  and  17 
July,  1644;  married  (2)  to  Elizabeth  . 

Damaris  Hopkins,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  before  18  November, 
1669;  married  Plymouth,  after  10  June,  1646,  to  Jacob  Cooke, 
born  Holland,  about  l6l8,  died  Plymouth,  between  11  and  18 
December,  1675. 

Jacob  Cooke,  died  Kingston,  Mass.,  24  April,  1747;  married  to 
Lydia  Miller. 

Lydia  Cooke,  born  18  May,  1685,  died  Kingston,  Mass.,  7  July, 
1738;  married  1710  to  John  Faunce,  born  3  December,  1683, 
died  Kingston,  18  November,  1751. 

Mehitable  Faunce,  born  11  April,  1722,  died  Kingston,  19  June, 
1761;  married  to  Thomas  Cushman,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  14 
February,  1706,  died  Kingston,  13  June,  1768. 

James  Cushman,  born  Kingston,  22  December,  1756,  died  Kings- 
ton, 15-24  November,  1832;  married  June,  1780,  to  Mercy 
Morton,  born  19  April,  1762,  died  15  January,  1827. 

Nathaniel  Cushman,  born  Kingston,  8  July,  1781,  died  Kingston, 
17  July,  1868;  married  Kingston,  1  January,  1809,  to  Rebecca 
SouLE  Stetson,  born  Kingston,  19  March,  1783,  died  Kingston, 
23  April,  1862. 

Mathew  Smith  Cushman,  born  Kingston,  21  June,  1811,  sailed 
from  New  York  by  steamer  Arago,  and  from  Panama  by  steamer 
America,  arriving  Sacramento,  California,  January,  1868,  died 
Sacramento,  California,  28  November,  1891;  married  Phoenix, 
N.  Y.,  6  November,  1853,  to  Mary  Minerva  Burke,  born 
Phoenix,  N.  Y.,  accompanied  her  husband  to  California. 

Mary  Blanche  Cushman,  born  Phoenix,  N.  Y.,  arrived  in  Sacra- 
mento with  her  parents,  in  January,  1868;  married  Sacramento, 
California,  24  December,  1876,  to  Cyrus  Hayden  Hubbard, 
born  Poland,  Ohio,  22  February,  1841,  removed  to  California, 
by  steamer,  about  1865,  died  Berkeley,  California,  7  December, 
1907. 


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MARY    BLANCHE  (CUSHMAN)  HUBBARD 

MRS.  CYRUS  HAYDEN  HUBBARD 

Berkeley,  California 

John  Rowland,  born  about  1593,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  23  Feb- 
ruary, 1672-3;  married  Plymouth,  before  1624,  to  Elizabeth 
TiLLEY  (daughter  John  and  Elizabeth  Tilley,  all  passengers 
on  the  Mayflower),  born  about  1607,  died  Swansea,  Mass., 
21  December,  1687. 

Ruth  Rowland,  died  before  l6  October,  1679;  married  17  Novem- 
ber, 1664,  to  Thomas  Cushman,  born  about  1637,  died  23 
August,  1726. 

Robert  Cushman,  born  Plymouth,  4  October,  1664,  died  Kingston, 

Mass.,  7  September,  1757;  married  about  1697  to  Persis , 

born  about  1670,  died  Kingston,  14  January,  1743-4. 

Thomas  Cushman.  born  Plymouth,  14  February,  1706,  died  Kings- 
ton, Mass.,  17  June,  1768;  married  to  Mehitable  Faunce,  born 
11  April,  1722,  died  Kingston,  19  June,  1761. 

James  Cushman,  born  Kingston,  22  December,  1756,  died  Kings- 
ton, 15-24  November,  1832;  married  June,  1780,  to  Mercy 
Morton,  born  19  April,  1762,  died  15  January,  1827. 

Nathaniel  Cushman,  born  Kingston,  8  July,  1781,  died  Kingston, 
17  July,  1868;  married  Kingston,  1  January,  1809,  to  Rebecca 
SouLE  Stetson,  born  Kingston,  19  March,  1783,  died  Kingston, 
23  April,  1862. 

Mathew  Smith  Cushman,  born  Kingston,  21  June,  1811,  sailed 
from  New  York  by  steamer  Arago,  and  from  Panama  by  steamer 
America,  arriving  Sacramento,  California,  January,  1868,  died 
Sacramento,  California,  28  November,  1891;  married  Phoenix, 
N.  Y.,  6  November,  1853,  to  Mary  Minerva  Burke,  born 
Phoenix,  N.  Y.,  accompanied  her  husband  to  California. 

Mary  Blanche  Cushman,  born  Phoenix,  N.  Y.,  arrived  in  Sacra- 
mento with  her  parents,  in  January,  1868;  married  Sacramento, 
California,  24  December,  1876,  to  Cyrus  Rayden  Rubbard, 
born  Poland,  Ohio,  22  February,  1841,  removed  to  California, 
by  steamer,  about  1865,  died  Berkeley,  California,  7  December, 
1907. 


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MARY    BLANCHE  (CUSHMAN)  HUBBARD 

MRS.  CYRUS  HAYDEN  HUBBARD 

Berkeley,  California 

Richard  Warren,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,  1628;  married  before 
1611  to  Elizabeth  ,  born  about  1583,  died  Plymouth, 

2  October,  1673. 

Ann  Warren,  born  England,  about  l6l2,  died  after  19  February, 
1675-6  J  married  Plymouth,  Mass.,  19  April,  1633,  to  Thomas 
Little,  buried  Marshfield,  Mass.,  12  March,  l67l. 

Hannah  Little,  died  Scituate,  Mass.,  13  May,  1710;  married 
Scituate,  25  January,  l66l,  to  Stephen  Tilden,  died  Scituate, 
22  August,  1711. 

Mary  Tilden,  born  Scituate,  Mass.,  7  April,  1668;  married  to 
James  Thomas. 

Hannah  Thomas,  died  Kingston,  Mass.,  20  August,  1788;  married 
Duxbury,  Mass.,  12  July,  1722,  to  Wrestling  Brewster,  born 

3  or  4  August,  1694,  died  Kingston,  1  January,  1767. 

Wrestling  Brewster,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  29  August,  1724, 
died  Kingston,  8  February,  1810;  married  12  July,  1750,  to 
Deborah  Seabury,  born  Duxbury,  Mass.,  13  April,  1727,  died 
Kingston,  23  October,  1802. 

HuLDAH  Brewster,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  13  November,  1756, 
died  Kingston,  25  December,  1833;  married  Kingston,  25  Jan- 
uary, 1776,  to  Samuel  Stetson,  died  Kingston,  12  May,  1828. 

Rebecca  Soule  Stetson,  born  Kingston,  Mass.,  19  March,  1783, 
died  Kingston,  23  April,  1862;  married  Kingston,  1  January, 
1809,  to  Nathaniel  Cushman,  born  Kingston,  8  July,  1781, 
died  Kingston,  17  July,  1868. 

Mathew  Smith  Cushman,  born  Kingston,  21  June,  1811,  died 
Sacramento,  California,  28  November,  1891;  married  Phoenix, 
N.  Y.,  6  November,  1853,  to  Mary  Minerva  Burke,  born 
Phoenix,  N.  Y. 

Mary  Blanche  Cushman,  born  Phoenix,  N.  Y. ;  married  Sacra- 
mento, California,  24  December,  1876,  to  Cyrus  Hayden  Hub- 
bard, born  Poland,  Ohio,  22  February,  1841,  died  Berkeley, 
California,  7  December,  1907. 


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LEROY    BACON    WOOD 

Los  Angeles,  California 

John  Alden,  born  about  1599,  died  Duxbury,  Mass.,  12  Septem- 
ber, 1787;  married  Plymouth,  before  1624,  to  Priscilla  Mul- 
LiNS,  daughter  William  and  Alice  Mullins,  all  passengers  on 
the  Mayflower,  died  after  1650. 

Joseph  Alden,  born  Plymouth,  after  22  May,  1627,  died  Bridge- 
water,   Mass.,   8    February,    1697;   married   to   Mary   Simmons. 

John  Alden,  born  about  1674,  died  Middleboro,  Mass.,  29  Sep- 
tember, 1730;  married  to  Hannah  White,  born  Weymouth, 
Mass.,  5  May,  1681,  died  Middleboro,  5  October,  1732. 

Hannah  Alden,  born  24  March,  1708-9;  married  Middleboro, 
Mass.,  April,  1729,  to  Thomas  Wood. 

Thomas  Wood,  born  Middleboro,  24  February,  1731-2,  died  Ran- 
dolph, Vt.,  22  October,  1817;  married  Middleboro,  1  November, 
1753,  to  Sarah  Thomas. 

Zechariah  Wood,  born  Middleboro,  20  December,  1779,  died  Syca- 
more, 111.,  24  March,  1853;  married  21  January,  1807,  to  Sarah 
Bacon,  born  Pomfret,  Conn.,  20  January,  1783,  died  Sycamore, 
111.,  19  May,  1861. 

Henry  Wood,  born  Randolph,  Vt.,  10  November,  1824,  died 
Evansville,  Ind.,  30  April,  1904;  married  Sycamore,  111.,  l6 
March,  1851,  to  Rhoda  Elizabeth  Richards,  born  Hamilton, 
N.  Y.,  28  July,  1829,  died  Sycamore,  111.,  5  February,  1907. 

Leroy  Bacon  Wood,  born  Sycamore,  111.,  removed  to  California 
in  1907;  married  Piano,  111.,  25  January,  1879,  to  Georgia  A. 
Crawford,  born  Poughkeepsie,  N.  Y. 


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PAUL    HARTE    BOSWORTH 
San  Francisco,  California 

William  Brewster,  probably  born  Scrooby,  England,  1566-7,  died 
Plymouth,  Mass.,  10  April,  1644;  married  before  1593  to  Mary 
,  born  1568-9,  died  Plymouth,  Mass.,   17  April,   1627- 

Patience  Brewster,  probably  born  Scrooby,  England,  died  Ply- 
mouth, Mass.,  1634;  married  Plymouth,  5  August,  1624,  to 
Thomas  Prence,  born  about  l601,  died  Plymouth,  29  March, 
1673. 

Mercy  Prence,  born  Plymouth,  Mass.,  about  1631,  died  Eastham, 
Mass.,  28  September,  1711;  married  Sandwich,  Mass.,  13  or  14 
February,  1649-50,  to  John  Freeman,  born  about  1621,  died 
Eastham,  28  October,  1719- 

Edmund  Freeman,  born  June,  1657,  died  Eastham,  Mass.,  about 
10  December,  1717;  married  to  Sarah  Mayo,  died  before  5 
March,  1745-6. 

Isaac  Freeman,  died  before  1736;  married  16  March,  1715-6,  to 
Bethiah  Sturgis,  born  Yarmouth,  Mass.,  19  February,  1695-6, 
died  11  July,  1769- 

James  Freeman,  born  5  November,  1728,  died  Marblehead,  Mass., 
27  May,  1763;  married  to  Deborah  Tasker,  born  about  1733, 
died  30  May,  1810. 

Deborah  Freeman,  born  13  September,  1763,  died  Marblehead, 
17  February,  1837;  married  4  November,  1783,  to  Joseph 
Hinckley,  born  Marblehead,  5  May,  1755,  died  Marblehead, 
3  March,  1832. 

Deborah  Freeman  Hinckley,  born  Marblehead,  Mass.,  27  April, 
1790,  died  Marietta,  Ohio,  7  November,  1841 ;  married  Marble- 
head, 27  August,  1808,  to  Martin  Wells,  born  Colchester, 
Conn.,  24  June,  1782,  died  Cape  Elizabeth,  Maine,  19  Feb- 
ruary, 1851. 

Mary  Hinckley  Wells,  born  Marblehead,  Mass.,  10  December, 
1813,  removed  from  St.  Louis  "across  the  plains"  by  Johnson's 
Cut-ofF,  arriving  Sacramento,  California,  7  November,  1854,  died 
San  Francisco,  California,  1  January,  1898;  married  Tuscaloosa, 
Ala.,  5  or  15  October,  1838,  to  James  Alexander  Wise,  born 
Virginia,  September,  1810,  died  Quincy,  111.,  13  November,  1875. 

Virginia  Wise,  born  in  Tennessee,  22  June,  1841,  removed  to 
California  with  her  parents,  in  1854,  died  San  Francisco,  Cali- 
fornia, 30  November,  1911;  married  San  Francisco,  December, 
1865,  to  Henry  Martin  Bosworth,  born  Marietta,  Ohio,  12 
December,  1839,  removed  to  California  by  steamer  via  Panama, 
in  1854,  died  San  Francisco,  California,  30  June,  1905. 

Paul  Harte  Bosworth,  born  San  Francisco,  California ;  married 

Santa  Clara,  California,  28  September,   1904,  to  Marie  Agnes 

Coryell,  born  Grafton,  111. 

Note. — For  interesting  family  Bible  records,  bearing  upon  the  above  line 
of  descent,  see  Appendix,  pages  214-17. 

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MARRIAGE   OK   DEGORV    I'RIEST   AND   ISAAC   ALLERTON 

Reprinted,  by  permission,  from 

"The  MayfloH'er  Descendant  ",  Vol.  VII,  p.  109. 


APPENDIX 


The  Marriage  Records  of  Degory  Priest  and  Isaac  AUerton 

Through  the  courtesy  of  the  Massachusetts  Society  of  May- 
flower Descendants,  we  are  enabled  to  reproduce  an  illustration* 
of  the  record  of  a  double  marriage  at  Leyden,  Holland,  of  Degory 
Priest  to  the  widow  Sarah  (Allerton)  Vincent  and  of  the  latter's 
brother,  Isaac  Allerton,  to  Mary  Norris.  The  banns  of  these  two 
couples  were  published  on  the  same  days,  Saturday,  8,  15  and  22 
October,  l6ll,  and  they  were  married  on  Friday,  4  November,  l6ll 

(The  Dutch  Entries) 
t  j®  de  8.  10  l6ll  Diggorie  Freest  Jongman  van  Londe  In 

t  ij®  de  15.  10.  l6ll  Engelant   Vergeselschapt   vergeselschapt 

t  iij*  de  22.  10.  l6ll  met  William  Leesle  &  Samuel  Fuller 

zyn  getrout  voor  Willem     zyn  bekende 
Corsn  Tybault  &  Jacob  met 

Paedts  Schepene  Sarah  Vincent  mede  van  Londe  in 

Dezen  iiij®  Novembris  l6ll    Engelant  wedue  van  Jan  Vincent 

Vergeselschapt  met  Jannetge   Diggens 
&  Rasemyn  Gipsyn  haer  bekende 
t  j"  de  8.  10.  l6ll  Isaack  Allerton  Jongman  van  Londe 

t  ij®  de   15.   10.   l6ll  In     Engelant     vergeselschapt    met     Ed- 

t  iij®  de  22.  10.  l6ll  ward    Southward    Richard    Masterson   & 

zyn  getrout  voor  Willem      Ranulphe  Thickins  zyn  bekende 
Cornelison  Tybault  &  met 

Jacob  Paedts  Schepene       Marie  Norris  Jonge  dochter  van  Nu- 
Dese  iiij®   Novembris  here  In  Engelant  Vergeselschapt  met 

xvi'  elfte  Anne  Fuller  &  Dille  Carpenter  haer 

bekenden 

(The  English  Translation) 
Degory    Priest,   unmarried   man,    from   London,    in    England, 
accompanied  by  William   Lisle  and   Samuel   Fuller,   his   acquaint- 


♦See  "Mayflower  Descendant"  for  July,  1905  (Vol.  7,  page  129).  This 
magazine,  published  quarterly  by  the  Massachusetts  Society  of  Mayflower 
Descendants,  53  Mt.  Vernon  Street,  Boston,  is  the  standard  publication  deal- 
ing with  Mayflower  descent. 


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ances,  with  Sarah  Vincent,  also  from  London,  in  England,  widow 
of  John  Vincent,  accompanied  by  Jane  Thickins  and  Rosamond 
Jepson,  her  acquaintances. 

They  were  married  before  William  Cornelison  Tybault  and 
Jacob  Paedts,  sheriffs,  this  4^**  November,  I6II* 

Isaac  Allerton,  unmarried  man,  from  London,  in  England, 
accompanied  by  Edward  Southworth,  Richard  Masterson  &  Randall 
Thickins,  his  acquaintances,  with  Mary  Norris,  single  woman,  from 
Newbury,  in  England,  accompanied  by  Anne  Fuller  and  Dille 
(Priscilla?)   Carpenter,  her  acquaintances. 

They  were  married  before  William  Cornelison  Tybault  and 
Jacob  Paedts,  sheriffs,  this  4*''  November,  I6II* 


The  Marriage  Certificate  of  Enoch"  Coleman  of  Nantucket, 

Massachusetts 

The  records  quoted  in  this,  and  the  succeeding,  article  were 
filed  in  connection  with  the  applications  of  Herbert  Folger  and 
Chnton  Folger,  California  Nos.  1  and  18   (see  pages  7  and  34): 

Enoch°  Coleman  {Sarah*  Pratt,  Joseph,^  Mary^  Priest,  Degory^) 
was  born  at  Nantucket,  Massachusetts,  24  March,  1724-5,  and  was 
married  at  a  meeting  of  the  Nantucket  Society  of  Friends  (Quakers) 
5  January,  1748.  The  following  is  a  copy  of  the  marriage  certificate 
(Nantucket  Friends  Records,  Book  1,  page  158): 

"Whereas  Enoch  Coleman,  Son  of  Jeremiah  Coleman,  late  of 
Sherborn,  on  the  Island  of  Nantucket,  in  the  Province  of  the 
Massachusetts  Bay,  New  England,  Deceased,  &  Sarah,  his  wife; 
and  Mary  Myrick,  Daughter  of  Andrew  Myrick,  of  Sherborn  on 
Nantucket  aforesaid,  &  Jedidah,  his  Wife,  Having  Declared  their 
Intentions  of  Taking  each  other  in  marriage  before  Several 
Publick  meetings  of  the  People  called  Quakers,  in  Sherborn 
aforesaid,  according  to  the  good  order  used  among  them;  and 
proceeding  therein  after  deliberate  considerations  thereof  (with 
Regard  unto  the  Righteous  Law  of  God  in  that  Case)  ;  They  also 
appearing  Clear  of  all  others  &  having  Consent  of  Parents  and 
others  concerned;  were  allowed  by  said  meetings. 

"Now  these  are  to  Certify  to  all  whom  it  may  concern,  That 
for  the  full  Accomplishing  of  their  said  Intentions,  this  fifth  Day 


•For  lines  of  descent  from  Deg-ory  Priest,   see  pages  7,   34  and   119:   and 
from  Isaac  Allerton,  see  pages  31,  77,  98,  100.  122  and  158. 


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of  the  Eleventh  month,  called  January  in  the  year  according  to 
the  Christian  Account,  One  thousand  seven  hundred  and  forty- 
eight,  they,  the  said  Enoch  Coleman  and  Mary  My  rick  appeared 
in  a  Publick  Assembly  of  the  aforesaid  People  and  others,  met 
together  at  their  Publick  Meeting  House  in  Sherborn  on  Nan- 
tucket aforesaid,  and  in  a  Solemn  manner  he,  the  said  Enoch 
Coleman,  taking  the  said  Mary  Myrick  by  the  Hand,  did  openly 
declare  as  followeth:  Friends,  I  desire  you  to  be  my  Witnesses 
that  I  take  this  my  Friend,  Mary  ]\Iyrick  to  be  my  Wife,  prom- 
ising by  the  Lord's  Assistance  to  be  unto  her  a  true  &  Loving 
Husband  until  it  shall  please  God  by  Death  to  Separate  us.  And 
then  and  there  in  the  said  Assembly,  the  said  Mary  Myrick  did 
in  like  manner  Declare  as  followeth:  Friends,  I  desire  you  to  be 
my  Witnesses  that  I  take  this  my  Friend,  Enoch  Coleman,  to  be 
my  husband,  promising  by  the  Lord's  Assistance  to  be  unto  him 
a  true  &  loving  Wife,  until  it  shall  please  God  by  Death  to  Sep- 
arate us.  And,  as  a  further  Confirmation  thereof  the  said  Enoch 
Coleman  and  Mary  Coleman  did  then  &  there  to  these  Presents 
Set  their  hands ;  She  according  to  the  custom  of  marriage  assum- 
ing the  name  of  her  Husband. 

Enoch  Coleman. 

Mary  Coleman. 


And  we,  whose  names  are  hereunto  Subscribed,  being  present 
among  others  at  the  Solemnizing  of  their  said  marriage  and  Sub- 
scription in  manner  aforesaid,  as  Witnesses  hereunto  have  also  to 
these  Presents  Subscribed  our  Names  the  Day  and  Year  above 
written. 


Jeremiah  Coleman 
Nathaniel  Pinkhara 
Daniel   Pinkham 
Jonathan   Pinkham 
Peleg  Coleman 
Christopher  Coleman 
Nathan  Dagget 
Silvanus  Hussey 
Paul    Starbuck 
Nathaniel  Coleman 


Elihu   Coleman 
Jethro   Coleman 
Jonathan   Myrick 
Jethro  Folger 
Jabez  Macy 
William  Starbuck 
Sarah  RenufF* 
Lydia  Coleman 
Judith  Gardner 
Priscilla  Bunker 


Abigail  Folger 
Joanna  Coleman 
Eunice  Folger 
Judith  Heath 
Huldah  Dagget 
Margaret  Folger 
Mary  Clark 
Priscilla   Coffin 
Marv  Trott 


The  children  by  the  above  marriage  were  the  following: 


•  Sarah  (Pratt)  (Coleman)  Renuff,  widow  of  Jeremiah  Coleman,  who 
married  John  Renuff.  as  her  second  husband.  See  "Phlnehas  Pratt  and  Some 
of  His  Descendants,"  page  63. 


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Eunice'  Coleman,  born  19  Sept.,  1749,  died  1  July,  1841,  married 

Benjamin  Whippey. 
Sylvanus"  Coleman,  born  13  Sept.,  1751,  died  March,  1812,  married 

Huldah  Gwinn. 
Abial'  Coleman,  born  1755 
Lydia'  Coleman,  born  4  Dec.,  1757,  died  29  Aug.,  1833,  married 

Charles  Folger. 
Abigail*  Coleman,  born  28  Sept.,  1761,  died  21  Feb.,  1844,  married 

(1)   Christopher  Coffin  and  (2)  Uriah  Pinkham 
Andrew"  Coleman,  born  30  July,  1763,  died  7  Nov.,  1808,  married 

Lydia  Folger. 
Elizabeth"    Coleman,    born    30    July,    1763,    died    18    Oct.,    1822, 

married  Latham  Coffin. 
Job"  Coleman,  born    1768,  died   at  sea,    1794,   married   Elizabeth 

Fosdick. 


The  Will  of  Charles  Folger  of  Nantucket,  Massachusetts 

Lydia"  Coleman  {EnocJi,  Sarah*  Pratt,  Joseph^,  Mary'  Priest, 
Degory"),  born  at  Nantucket,  Massachusetts,  4  December,  1757, 
was  married  there,  19  July,  1778,  to  Charles  Folger,  who  was 
born  at  Nantucket,  26  December,  1753,  and  died  there,  4  Septem- 
ber, 1818    A  literal  copy  of  his  will  follows: 

"I,  Charles  Folger  of  Nantucket  in  the  County  of  Nantucket 
and  Commonwealth  of  Massachusetts  Esquire  being  poorly  as  to 
bodily  health,  but  sound  in  mind  and  memory  and  considering  the 
uncertainty  of  this  life,  do  make  and  publish  this  my  last  will  and 
testament  in  manna  and  form  following: 

"Firstly;  I  will  that  all  the  just  debts  which  I  may  owe  to 
any  person  or  persons,  at  the  time  of  my  decease  shall  be  paid  and 
discharged  by  my  executors  hereafter  named  within  a  convenient 
time  after  my  decease. 

"Secondly:  I  give  unto  my  beloved  wife  Lydia  Folger  the  use 
and  income  of  all  my  estate,  both  real  and  personal  of  every  kind 
and  nature,  during  her  remaining  my  widow,  with  the  privilege  to 
her  of  selling  all  or  any  part  of  said  estate  as  she  may  need 
according  to  her  discretion. 

"Thirdly:  I  give  to  and  amongst  all  my  children,  namely, 
Charles  Folger,  Frederick  Folger,  Hiram  Folger,  John  Folger, 
William  Folger,  Lydia  Bunker  widow  of  Thaddeus,  Peleg  Folger, 
Elizabeth  Coffin  widow  of  Edward,  Alfred  Folger,  Lucretia  Folger, 
Mark  Folger  and  Edward  Folger,  all  the  remainder  of  my  estate 
both  real  and  personal  (not  before  disposed  of  to  my  wife  as  afore- 

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said)  to  be  equally  divided  amongst  them  my  said  children,  part 
and  part  alike,  to  them  and  to  their  several  heirs,  in  the  manner 
as  is  above  set  forth  and  to  their  assigns  forever. 

"And  lastly  I  do  hereby  appoint,  constitute  and  make  my 
beloved  wife  Lydia  Folger  and  my  sons  Charles  Folger,  Hiram 
Folger,  William  Folger  and  John  Folger  joint  executors  to  this 
my  last  will  and  testament. 

"In  witness  whereof,  I  the  said  Charles  Folger  have  hereunto 
set  my  hand  and  seal  this  nineteenth  day  of  August  in  the  year 
of  our  Lord  one  thousand  eight  hundred  and  eighteen. 

Charles  Folger   (seal) 

"Signed,  sealed,  published,  pronounced  and  declared  by  the 
said  Charles  Folger  to  be  his  last  will  and  testament,  in  the 
presence  of  us  Obed  Macy 

Reuben  Coffin,  2nd 
George  Coffin,  2nd 


Charles  and  Lydia  (Coleman)  Folger  had  the  following  chil- 
dren, as  certified  from  the  records  of  the  Nantucket  Historical 
Association : 

Charles'  Folger,  born  12  Feb.,  1779,  died  24-  March,  I860,  married 

(1)  Judith  Coffin,  daughter  of  Robert,  and  (2)  Judith,  widow 

of  Valentine  Coffin,  and  daughter  of  Ebenezer  Coffin 
Frederick'    Folger,    born    16    June,    1781,    died    7    March,    1844, 

married  Peggy  Macy 
Hiram'  Folger,  born  2  June,  1782,  died  24  October,  1850,  married 

Avis  Coffin 
John'  Folger,  born  24  March,   1784,  died  7   Feb.,   1864,  married 

(1)  Lydia  Swain  and  (2)  Phebe  Coffin 
William'  Folger*,  born  7  Nov.,  1785,  died  18  Nov.,  1865,  married 

(1)    Lucy   Folger   and    (2)    Eliza,   widow   Paul    Bunker   and 

daughter  Albert  Coffin 
Lydia'  Folger,  born  7   Sept.,   1787,  died   18   Nov.,   1863,  married 

Thaddeus  Bunker 
Peleg'  Folger,  born   13   July,   1789,  died   14  Apl.,   1863,  married 

Sally  Adlington 
Elizabeth'  Folger,  born  4  March,  1791,  died  August,  1820,  married 

Edward  Coffin 
Alfred'  Folger,  born  4  April,   1793,  died  26  Jan.,   1878,  married 

(1)  Lydia  Bunker  and  (2)  Mary,  widow  David  Allen,  Jr.,  and 

daughter  William  Mooers 

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Lucretia'  Folger,  born  8  Dec,  1794,  died  28  July,  1876,  married 

Frederick  F.  Swain 
Mark'  Folger,  born  7  Aug.,   1796,  died   1    March,   1866,  married 

Nancy   Swain 
Edward'  Folger,  born  24  Aug.,  1800,  died  7  ApL,   1854,  married 

Mary  Bunker 
Mary'  Folger,  died  at  10  years  of  age,  12  May,  1810 


The  Will  of  Ninyon  Chaloner,  of  Newport,  Rhode  Island 

The  following  interesting  will  is  printed  at  the  request  of 
the  testator's  descendant,  Emih'  Foster'  (Talbot)  Walker  {William 
Chaloner^  Talbot,  Eliza*  Chaloner,  William^,  Walter ,  Ninyon), 
Mrs.  Cyrus  Walker,  California  No.  5 : 

"In  the  name  of  God,  Amen.  I,  Ninyon  Chaloner  of  Newport 
in  ye  County  of  Newport  and  Colony  of  Rhode  Island  and  Provi- 
dence Plantations  in  New  England  Tallow  Chandler  being  in  good 
and  perfect  health,  mind  and  understanding  do  make  this  my  last 
will  and  Testament  in  manner  following. 

First,  I  commit  my  soul  to  God  that  gave  it  and  my  body  to 
ye  earth. 

Item.  I  give  and  bequeath  unto  my  well  beloved  wife,  Ann 
Chaloner,  ye  sum  of  eight  hundred  pounds  in  good  and  passable 
publick  bills  of  credit  of  ye  colony  aforesaid,  ye  best  bedd  and 
furniture  in  my  now  dwelling  house,  my  best  great  looking  glass 
to  be  at  her  own  choice,  three  pewter  dishes,  twelve  pewter  plates, 
nine  flagg  chairs  of  a  brown  collour  that  are  in  ye  chamber  of  my 
now  dwelling  house,  one  table  of  her  own  choice,  the  cupboard 
that  now  stands  in  my  bed  room,  two  silver  porringers,  two  silver 
spoons,  the  best  iron  pot  and  bell  mettle  skillet  to  be  and  remain 
to  her  own  proper  use  and  behoof  forever  and  also  ye  use  and 
service  of  my  negroe  man  named  Charles  for  and  during  ye  term 
of  her  natural  life  if  she  should  so  long  happen  to  live. 

Item.  I  give  and  bequeath  to  my  well  beloved  son  Walter 
Chaloner  ye  sum  of  one  thousand  pounds — good  and  passable  bills 
of  public  credit  of  ye  colony — (having  already  advanced  for  and 
given  him  ye  said  Walter  Chaloner  a  considerable  sum)  to  be  and 
remain  to  his  own  proper  use  and  behoof. 

Item.  I  give  and  bequeath  unto  my  well  beloved  son  John 
Chaloner  ye  sum  of  one  thousand  pounds  in  good  and  passable 
public  bills  of  credit  of  said  colony,  and  also  my  negro  man  named 
Charles  after  ye  decease  of  my  wife  Ann  Chaloner  (if  said  negro 

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shall  be  then  alive)  having  hereinbefore  given  ye  use  and  service 
of  him  ye  said  Charles  to  my  said  wife — and  during  the  term  of 
her  naturall  life,  and  likewise  a  large  silver  Porringer  that  was 
left  him  by  his  late  grandmother  Cole  to  be  and  remain  to  his  own 
proper  use  and  behoof. 

Item.  I  give  and  bequeath  unto  my  well  beloved  son  William 
Chaloner  ye  sum  of  one  thousand  pounds  in  good  and  passable 
bills  of  public  credit  of  said  colony  and  my  silver  mugg  and  ye 
same  to  be  and  remain  to  his  own  proper  use  and  behoof. 

Item.  I  give  and  bequeath  unto  my  well  beloved  daughter 
Elizabeth  Cahoone  ye  wife  of  James  Cahoone  of  Newport  afore- 
said mariner  ye  sum  of  seven  hundred  pounds  in  good  and  passable 
bills  of  publick  credit  of  ye  colony  aforesaid  to  be  and  remain  to 
her  own  proper  use  and  behoof. 

Item.  I  give  and  bequeath  unto  my  — 11  beloved  daughter 
May  Robinson  the  wife  of  James  Robinson  of  N  (morn)  -forsaid 
physician  the  sum  of  five  hundred  pounds  in  good  and  (worn) 
bills  of  publick  credit  of  (worn)  colony  (having  already  advanced 
ye  said  Mary  a  considerable  su  (worn)  proper  use  and  behoof. 

Item.  I  give  and  bequ  (worn)  daughter  Sarah  Chaloner  the 
sum  of  eight  (worn)  and  passable  bills  of  publick  (worn)  ture,  a 
large  look  glass,  one  large  table,  one  iron  pot,  one  bell  mettle 
skillet  all  to  be  (worn)  own  choice  (after  my  said  wife  Ann 
Chaloner  hath  made  her  choice  of  ye  same  nature)  the  chist  of 
drawers,  two  silver  porringers  two  silver  (worn)  three  pewter 
dishes  twelve  pewter  plates  and  six  leather  chairs  to  be  and  remain 
to  her  own  proper  use  and  behoof. 

Item.  My  will  is  and  I  do  hereby  order  and  appoint  that  my 
said  wife  Ann  Chaloner  shall  remain  and  be  in  possession  of  my 
now  dwelling  house  work  house  land  (worn)  appurtenances  there- 
unto belonging  scituate  lying  and  being  in  Newport  aforesaid, 
being  butted  &  bounded  as  followeth,  east  upon  a  street,  south 
upon  land  belonging  to  Jonathan  Clark,  west  and  north  upon 
streets,  until  my  youngest  child  shall  arrive  to  ye  age  of  twenty 
one  years  if  she  shall  happen  so  long  to  live  and  continue  a 
widdow,  and  my  will  is  that  my  clock  silver  Tankard  my  negro 
man  called  Frank  and  the  utensils  of  the  work  house  shall  belong 
to  and  go  along  with  ray  said  dwelling  house,  but  upon  lier  decease 
or  intermarriage  which  shall  first  happen  before  my  youngest  child 
shall  arrive  to  ye  age  of  twenty  one  years,  the  possessions  of  the 
said  premises  shall  go  to  and  be  vested  in  my  trustees  hereinafter 
named  and  to  be  improved  by  the  (worn)  for  ye  benefit  of  my 
child  (worn)  under  age,  and  my  said  trustees  shall  during  their 
haveing  possession  as  afFores   (worn)  pay  unto  my  said  wife  Ann 

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Chaloner  ye  sum  of  fifteen  pounds  (worn)  annum  in  good  and 
passable  bills  of  publick  credit  of  said  colony  for  and  during  ye 
term  of  her  naturall  life  in  lieu  of  her  thirds  or  right  of  dower 
therein,  and  my  will  likewise  is  and  I  do  hereby  order  and  appoint 
that  when  my  youngest  child  shall  arrive  to  age,  as  aforesaid,  then 
my  said  dwelling  house  work  house  with  ye  land  and  appurtenances 
thereunto  belonging,  the  clock.  Tankard  and  negro  man  Frank 
shall  descend  and  go  to  my  eldest  son  that  shall  be  liveing  at  that 
time  to  be  and  remain  to  him  his  heirs  and  assigns,  and  to  his  and 
their  own  proper  use  and  behoof  forever,  reserving  thereunto  that 
such  son  to  whom  ye  same  shall  descend  shall  pay  unto  my  wife 
Ann  Chaloner  the  said  sum  of  fifteen  pounds  per  annum  for  and 
during  ye  term  of  her  naturall  life,  and  likewise  if  ye  said  prem- 
ises shall  descend  to  my  said  son  Walter  Chaloner  that  in  twelve 
months  thereafter  he  shall  pay  to  each  of  his  brothers  one  hundred 
pounds  and  to  his  sisters  ye  sum  of  fifty  pounds  each  (that  shall 
be  surviving  at  his  taking  possession)  in  good  and  passable  bills. 
If  ye  possession  shall  happen  at  that  time  to  descend  to  my  second 
son  John  Chaloner,  then  he  shall  within  twelve  months  as  afore- 
said pay  to  his  brother  William  Chaloner  the  sum  of  two  hundred 
pounds  and  to  each  of  his  sisters  fifty  pounds  (in  the  like  bills 
of  publick  credit)  that  shall  be  surviving  at  ye  time  of  taking 
possession  as  afore  (worn)  ut  if  ye  same  shall  at  ye  time  of  my 
youngest  child  comeing  to  age  as  a  (worn)  end  to  my  said  son 
William  Chaloner  then  he  shall  within  (worn)  as  aforesaid  pay 
unto  each  of  his  surviving  sisters  ye  sum  (worn)  pounds  in  like 
bills  of  publick  credit  and  the  same  to  be  and  (worn)  tive  proper 
use  and  behoof. 

And  I  do  hereby  order  (worn)  decease  each  of  my  said  chil- 
dren shall  (worn)  Chaloner  is  in  possession  of  the  premises  have 
ye  use  and  benefit  of  a  room  in  my  said  dwelling  house  as  long  as 
he  or  she  shall  remain  in  a  single  state. 

Item.  I  give  and  bequeath  unto  my  said  wife,  Ann  Chaloner, 
and  my  said  daughter  Sarah  Chaloner  all  my  linnen  (not  herein- 
before given)  to  be  equally  divided  between  them  and  to  be  and 
remain  to  their  respective  proper  use  and  behoof. 

Item.  I  give  and  bequeath  unto  my  beloved  grandson  James 
Cahoone  son  of  ye  said  James  Cahoone  by  my  said  daughter 
Elizabeth  ye  sum  of  one  hundred  pounds  in  good  and  passable 
bills  of  publick  credit  of  said  colony  within  twelve  months  after 
my  decease,  and  to  be  improved  by  my  executor  hereinafter  named 
for  his  use,  and  ye  same  to  be  paid  him  when  he  shall  arrive  to 
ye  age  of  twenty  one  years  and  then  to  be  and  remain  to  his 
proper  use  and  .behoof. 


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Item.  I  give  and  bequeath  unto  my  beloved  granddaughter 
Mary  Robinson  daughter  of  ye  said  James  Robinson,  by  my  said 
daughter  Mary,  the  sum  of  one  hundred  pounds  in  good  and 
passable  bills  of  publick  credit  of  said  colony  within  twelve  months 
after  my  decease  and  to  be  improved  by  my  executor  herein  after 
named  for  her  use  and  ye  same  to  be  paid  her  when  she  shall 
arrive  of  eighteen  years  of  age  or  day  of  marriage  which  shall 
first  happen  and  then  to  be  and  remain  to  her  own  proper  use 
and  behoof. 

Item.  I  do  hereby  oder  and  appoint  that  my  said  wife  Ann 
Chaloner  during  her  widdowhood  shall  have  ye  use  and  services 
of  my  negro  woman  called  Han  (worn)  unless  my  said  wife  shall 
think  proper  to  sell  her  and  if  sold  ye  produce  shall  be  equally 
divided  between  my  said  wife  and  surviving  sons,  and  to  remain 
to  each  of  them  respectively. 

Item.  I  do  hereby  give  and  bequeath  unto  my  three  sons 
Walter  John  William  all  ye  rest  of  my  estate  not  herein  before 
disposed  of,  of  whatever  nature  or  kind  to  be  equally  divided 
between  them  and  to  be  and  remain  to  their  and  each  of  their 
respective  proper  use  and  behoof. 

IVIy  will  is  and  I  do  likewise  further  order  and  appoint  that 
such  of  my  children  as  are  of  age  at  ye  time  of  my  decease,  shall 
receive  their  bequ  (worn)  of  ray  personall  estate  herein  before 
given  to  them  immediately  thereafter.  The  part  or  portion  of 
such  of  my  children  as  shall  be  under  age  at  ye  time  of  my  decease 
shall  be  improved  by  my  executors  for  ye  benefit  of  each  of  them 
respectively  and  to  be  paid  to  each  of  them  as  they  shall  attain 
(if  a  son)  to  ye  age  of  twenty  one  years  (and  if  a  daughter)  to 
ye  age  of  eighteen  years  or  day  of  marriage  which  shall  first 
happen  and  that  if  either  of  my  said  children  (worn)  to  die  before 
his  her  or  their  receiving  such  part  or  portion  of  my  personall 
estate  as  aforesaid,  ye  said  shall  be  equally  divided  between  all 
my  children  that  shall  then  be  surviving  and  to  be  and  remain  to 
her  or  their  respective  use  and  behoof. 

Lastly.  I  do  make  and  ordain  my  said  wife  Ann  Chaloner 
my  said  son  Walter  Chaloner  and  Daniel  Gould  of  Newport  afore- 
said Esq.  executrix  and  executors  of  this  my  last  will  and  testa- 
ment for  ye  interests  and  purposes  herein  contained.  And  I  do 
make  and  appoint  Joseph  Wright,  shopkeeper  and  James  Martin 
both  of  Newport  aforesaid  overseers  of  this  (worn)  11  to  T  (worn) 
same  performed  according  to  my  true  inte  (worn).  I  give  to 
each  of  them  a  mourning  ring,  (worn)  Ninyon  Chaloner  have 
to  this    (worn)   twenty   fifth  day   of   March  in  the   sixteenth   year 

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of  his  Majesty's  Reign  George  ye  Second  King  of  Great  Britain 
and    (worn)   Annoque   Domini    1743 

NiNYON  Chaloner   (Seal) 

Signed  sealed  and  pronounced  and  declared  by  ye  said  Ninyon 
Chaloner  to  be  his  last  will  and  testament  in  the  presence  of  us 
the  subscribers  J.   Honeyman,  Junr. 

Ja.  Martin 
Esther  Martin 

Newport  SS  Newport 
September  ye  18th.  A.  D.  1752 

In  council  appeared  James  Honeyman  Junr.  who  signed  a 
witness  to  ye  above  will  and  on  his  oath  declared  that  he  saw 
Ninyon  Chaloner  sign  seal  publish  and  declare  ye  above  and  fore- 
going instrument  to  be  his  last  will  and  testament  and  that  he  was 
then  of  a  sound  mind  and  understanding  and  that  he  with  James 
^Martin  and  Esther  Martin  (who  are  both  dead)  signed  as  witnesses 
to  said  will  at  ye  same  time  in  ye  testators  presence. 

Teste.     Wm.   Coddington   Junr. 

Council  Clerk" 


Certificate  of  Calvin  Jabez'  Mills,  Sidney,  New  York 

The  following  affidavit  was  filed  in  support  of  the  application 
of  Charles  Mills"  Gayley  (Sarah  Sophia^  Mills,  Sophia  Roxanna 
Rogers,  SamueV,  Jahez,  Nathaniel*,  John,  Joseph^  Thomas^), 
Massachusetts  No.   1004-,  California  No.   14-: 

Delaware  County       )    cc 
State  of  New  York    j 

Calvin  Jabez  Mills,  of  the  town  and  vilage  of  Sidney,  N.  Y. 
being  dulj'^  sworn,  says : 

I  am  the  only  surviving  son  of  Calvin  Mills,  late  of  Guilford, 
N.  Y.  (son  of  Samuel  Mills  and  Lucy  Coy  Mills)  who  was  born  at 
Norfolk,  Conn,  July  17th,  1793,  and  died  at  Alden,  N.  Y.,  March 
17,  1850  and  of  his  wife  Sophia  Roxanna  Rogers,  who  was  born 
at  Granville,  Mass.  Mar.  27,  1791  &  died  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y.  March 
9,  1852  I  was  born  at  Guilford,  N.  Y.  Oct.  5,  1824  My  mother, 
Sophia  Roxanna  (Rogers)  Mills,  was  the  daughter  of  Samuel 
Rogers,  who  was  born  January  30,  1764,  at  North  Bolton,  Conn. 
&  died  in  the  town  of  Unadilla,  N.  Y.,  a  mile  north  of  this  village, 
on  the  twelfth  day  of  March,  1829     He  married  at  East  Windsor, 

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Conn.,  Nov,  24,  1785  Sarah  Skinner,  who  was  born  Dec.  7,  1766, 
and  died  at  the  home  of  my  mother,  in  Alden,  N.  Y.,  Oct.  2,  1850 

My  knowledge  of  these  matters  is  derived  thus:  Born  and 
reared  till  my  18th  year  some  seven  miles  from  the  home  of  my 
grandparents,  Samuel  and  Sarah  (Skinner)  Rogers,  I  remember 
grandfather's  death  in  1829  Thereafter  grandmother  made  her 
home  alternately  with  my  mother,  in  Guilford,  and  my  uncle 
Charles  Skinner  Rogers,  in  Sidney.  From  1841  to  1851  my 
home  was  that  of  my  uncle,  Henry  W.  Rogers,  in  Buffalo,  X.  Y. 
His  family  bible,  now  owned  by  his  nephew,  Henry  W.  Rogers  of 
Chicago,  111.,  had  a  full  family  record,  going  back  to  Thomas 
Rogers,  18th  signer  of  the  Mayflower  Contract,  who  died  in  the 
1st  winter,  at  Plymouth,  Mass.  In  1845,  my  father's  family 
removed  to  Alden,  N.  Y.,  20  miles  east  of  Buffalo,  and  grand- 
mother's home  was  thereafter  with  mother,  while  she  made  long 
visits  in  the  home  of  my  uncle  in  Buffalo  which  was  also  my 
home.  She  often  recited  in  my  hearing  events  in  the  family  history 
in  Connecticut,  Massachusetts  and  New  York  States.  She  said 
she  and  her  husband  Samuel  Rogers  "were  reckoned  the  hand- 
somest couple  who  came  into  Wapping  (now  East  Windsor)  meet- 
ing house." 

I  further  certify  that  my  sister,  Sarah  Sophia  Mills,  was  born 
in  Guilford,  N.  Y.,  Dec.  1,  1837;  that  she  married  Aug.  20,  1856 
in  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  Rev.  Samuel  Rankin  Gayley,  born  Oct.  18,  1826 
and  that  Charles  Mills  Gayley,  Professor  of  English,  University 
of  California,  Berkeley,  California,  is  their  son. 

1.  I  also  testify  that  my  record  of  my  father's  family  notes 
these  facts:  Samuel  John  Mills,  born  Jan'y  27,  1816,  married  Feb. 
15,  1839  Emily  Sexton.  Their  daughter  Helen  Sophia,  born  Guil- 
ford, Nov.  5,  1840,  died  single,  at  Sidney,  Feb.  20,  1907  Samuel 
died  in  Buffalo,  Sep.  24,  1853 — his  wife  Emilv  died  in  Unadilla, 
N.  Y.,  Jan'y  24.  1896 

2.  Calvin  Jabez  Mills,  born  Oct.  5,  1824,  married  Aug.  19, 
1851  at  Cincinnati,  Ohio,  Harriet  S.  Almy,  who  died,  childless, 
April  20,  1895,  at  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

3.  Lucy  Emeline  Mills,  born  Mar.  13,  1827,  married  in 
Shanghae,  China,  Rev.  Justus  Doolittle  of  the  American  Board 
Mission,  June  11,  1859.  and  died  at  Rutland,  N.  Y.,  Aug.  12,  1865, 
leaving  no  living  child. 

4.  Rev.  Charles  Rogers  Mills,  D.  D.,  born  Aug.  21,  1829, 
was  graduated  at  Lafayette  College,  Easton,  Pa.,  July  27,  1853, 
licensed  to  preach  by  the  Presbytery  of  Newcastle,  Delaware, 
April  1,  1855;  graduated  at  Princeton  Seminary,  New  Jersey, 
May    6,    1856;    ordained    by    the    Presbytery    of    Buffalo,    N.    Y., 


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June  25,  1856,  and  received  the  degree  of  Doctor  of  Divinity  from 
Lafayette  College  in  1883  He  married  in  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  Aug. 
20,  1856,  Rose  Anna  McMaster,  and  they  went  soon  after  to 
China  with  his  sisters  Lucy  and  Sarah,  and  Sarah's  husband, 
missionaries  of  the  Presbyterian  Board.  With  his  brother-in-law, 
S.  R.  Gayle}',  in  1861,  he  established  the  Northern  China  Mission, 
at  Teng  Chow.  There  Mr.  Gayley  died  in  1862,  and  Charles  in 
1895  Rose  (McMaster)  Mills  "died  at  Teng  Chow,  Feb.  3,  1874 
Charles  married  at  Chefoo,  China,  Nov.  26,  1884,  Annetta  Eugenia 
Thompson,  who  was  born  in  Western  New  York,  July  20,  1853 
The  children  of  Charles  are:  Calvin  Henr}'^,  born  Sep.  21,  1867; 
Charles  Gayley  Mills,  born  Feb.  17,  1869;  Edward  McMaster 
Mills,  Sep.  *6,  1870;  Rose  Edith  Mills,  June  5th,  1872;  Samuel 
John  Mills,  Nov.  24,  1886;  and  Roger  Sherman  Mills,  June  14, 
1889 

5.  Henry  Rogers  Mills,  born  Sep.  9th,  1833,  married  in 
1869  at  lola,  Kansas,  Matilda  Saxton,  who  died  in  1870  He  died 
at  Binghamton,  N.  Y.,  Dec.  8,   1885,  leaving  no  child. 

6.  Sarah  Sophia  Mills,  born  Guilford,  N.  Y.,  Dec.  1,  1837, 
married  Aug.  20,  1856,  at  Buffalo,  N.  Y.,  Rev.  Samuel  Rankin 
Gayley,  who  was  born  Oct.  18,  1826  After  the  death  of  her  hus- 
band at  Teng  Chow,  China,  July  29,  1862,  she  started,  with  her 
four  year  old  boy,  Charles  Mills  Gayley,  to  return  to  America,  via 
Ireland,  where  she  went  to  visit  Mr.  Gayley 's  family;  and  she 
married  Aug.  24,  1863,  Rev.  Andrew  Browne,  (cousin  of  Mr. 
Gayley)  pastor  of  the  Presbyterian  Church  in  Hollymount,  County 
Mayo,  where  she  resided  till  1887,  when  the  family  came  to  Amer- 
ica, settling  at  Iron  Mountain,  Michigan,  where  Mr.  Browne  died 
May  14,  1888  Her  three  eldest  sons  had  come  to  the  United 
States  earlier.  Her  Browne  children  were:  David  Henry,  born 
Hollymount,  Ireland,  June  8,  1864;  Andrew  Allan,  Oct.  7,  1867; 
Samuel  Rogers,  Sep.  19,  1871,  died  Mar.  1,  1888;  Sara  Spencer, 
May  16,  1873;  John  Calvin,  July  19,  1877  Sarah  S.  (Mills) 
Browne  died  at  Ann  Arbor,  Mich.,  Nov.  13,  1894  She  is  buried 
at  Ann  Arbor,  with  Mr,  Browne  and  their  son  Samuel  Rogers 
Browne. 

Calvin  Jabez  Mills 

Subscribed  and  sworn  before  me  this  15th  day  of  July,  A.  D. 
1907 

Chas.  E.  Garlick 

Notary  Public 
Seal. 


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Deed  of  Bethiah  Freeman  to  John  Freeman 

The  following  deed  has  been  printed  at  the  request  of  Mr. 
Henry  Nathanier"  Gray,  of  this  Society,  great-great-grandson  of 
the  grantor: 

To  all  People  to  whom  these  Presents  shall  come  Greeting 
whereas  I  Bethiah  Freeman  of  Norton  in  the  County  of 
Bristol  widow.  Administratrix  of  the  Estate  of  Nathaniel  Freeman 
late  of  the  same  Norton  Gentleman  deceased  intestate,  being 
authorized  by  the  Court  of  Common  Pleas  holden  at  Taunton 
within  and  for  the  County  of  Bristol  aforesaid  on  the  third  Tues- 
day of  April  last  past,  in  my  said  Covantry,  to  make  sale  and  pass 
Deed  of  the  Real  Estate  of  the  said  deceased  to  the  amount  of 
three  hundred  and  eighty  pounds  for  the  payment  of  his  Debts, 
and  the  Lot  herein  after  described,  being  part  of  said  Real  Estate 
having  been  by  me  exposed  to  sale  at  public  Vendue  for  the  pur- 
pose aforesaid  on  the  first  day  of  June  instant,  and  John  Freeman 
of  Norton  aforesaid  yeoman  having  been  the  highest  bidder  there- 
for, Now  know  ye  that  in  consideration  of  one  hundred  &  thirty 
three  pounds  that  being  the  highest  Bid,  paid  me  by  the  said  John, 
the  receipt  whereof  I  do  hereby  acknowledge,  do  hereby  give, 
grant,  sell  and  convey  unto  the  said  John,  his  heirs  and  assigns  a 
certain  Piece  or  Tract  of  Land  lying  and  being  in  Norton  afore- 
said and  on  the  easterly  side  of  the  Road  that  leads  from  the 
Dwelling  House  of  Samuel  Morey  Esq.  to  the  House  where 
Jonathan  Phillips  now  lives  containing  twenty  eight  Acres  and 
is  the  whole  of  the  land  lying  on  the  said  Easterly  side  of  the 
aforesaid  Road  contained  in  a  Deed  given  to  the  said  Deceased 
by  Jonathan  Hodges,  bounded  on  the  north  and  south  sides  of  said 
land  by  land  of  Samuel  Morey  Esq.,  to  have  and  to  hold  the  same 
to  the  said  John  his  heirs  and  Assigns,  that  in  my  said  Covenantry 
I  am  lawfully  seized  in  Fee  of  the  Premises,  that  they  are  free  of 
all  incumbrances,  and  that  I  have  good  Right  as  aforesaid  to  sell 
and  convey  the  same  to  the  said  John  as  aforesaid,  and  that  in 
my  said  Covenantry  I  will  warrant  and  defend  the  same  to  the 
said  John,  his  Heirs  and  Assigns  forever  against  the  lawful  Claims 
and  Demands  of  all  persons.  In  witness  whereof  I  do  hereunto 
set  my  hand  &  seal  this  twenty  first  day  of  June  in  the  year 
of  our  Lord  one  thousand  seven  hundred  and  ninety  four. 
Signed,  filed  &  Delivered 

in  presence  of  Bethiah  Freeman 

John  Crane 
Laban  Wheaton 

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Bristol  SS  June  21  1794<  Personally  appeared,  Bethiah  Free- 
man within  named  and  in  her  said  Coventry  acknowledged  the 
within  instrument  by  her  subscribed  to  be  her  free  Act  and  Deed 

Before  Laban  Wheaton  J.  P. 


The  Marriage  Certificate  of  Racher  (Hussey)  Mitchell  of 
Nantucket,  Mass. 

The  marriage  certificate  quoted  herein,  and  the  two  which 
follow  it,  were  filed  with  this  Society  in  support  of  the  application 
of  George  Marion"  Mitchell,  California  No.  34   (see  page  62)  : 

Rachel"  Hussey  (Sarah^  Gorham,  Stephen*,  John,  Desire' 
Howland,  John),  who  was  born  at  Nantucket,  Massachusetts,  13th 
day,  9th  month,  1741,  was  married  at  Nantucket  on  the  6th  day, 
12th  month,  1759,  to  Jethro  Mitchell.  The  marriage  certificate  is 
recorded  in  Nantucket  Friends'  Records,  Book  2,  page  5S  A 
literal  copy  follows: 

Whereas  Jethro  Mitchell  Son  of  Richard  Mitchell  of  Sherborn 
in  the  County  of  Nantucket  in  the  Province  of  the  Massachusetts 
Bay  in  New  England  &  Mary  his  wife  and  Rachel  Hussey  Daugh- 
ter of  Daniel  Hussey  &  Sarah  his  Wife  late  of  Sherborn  in  the 
County  of  Nantucket  aforesaid  Deceased  Having  Declared  their 
intentions  of  Taking  each  other  in  Marriage  before  several  Publick 
Meetings  of  the  People  called  Quakers  in  Sherborn  aforesaid 
according  to  the  good  order  used  among  them  and  proceeding 
therein  after  Deliberate  consideration  thereof  (with  regard  unto 
the  Righteous  Law  of  God  in  that  Case)  they  also  appearing  Clear 
of  all  others  &  having  consent  of  Parents  &  others  Concerned  were 
allowed  by  the  said  meetings. 

Now  these  are  to  certify  to  all  whom  it  may  concern  that  for  the 
full  accomplishing  of  their  said  Intentions  this  Sixth  Day  of  the 
Twelveth  month  in  the  year  according  to  the  Christian  account  one 
Thousand  Seven  Hundred  &  fifty  Nine  they  the  said  Jethro 
Mitchell  &  Rachel  Hussey  appeared  in  a  Publick  Assembly  of 
the  aforesaid  People  met  together  at  their  Publick  Meeting  House 
in  Sherborn  aforesaid  &  in  a  Solemn  manner  he  the  said  Jethro 
Mitchell  taking  the  said  Rachel  Hussey  by  the  Hand  did  openly 
Declare  as  followeth  Friends  I  Desire  you  to  be  my  Witnesses  that 
I  take  this  my  Friend  Rachel  Hussey  to  be  my  Wife  promising 
by  the  Lords  assistance  to  be  unto  her  a  True  &  Loving  Husband 
until  it  shall  please  God  by  Death  to  Separate  us.  &  then  & 
there   in   the   said   Assembly   the   said    Rachel    Hussey   did   in   like 

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manner  Declare  as  followeth  Friends  I  Desire  you  to  be  my  Wit- 
nesses that  I  Take  this  my  Friend  Jethro  Mitchell  to  be  my  Hus- 
band prmising  by  the  Lords  Assistance  to  be  unto  him  a  True  & 
Loving  Wife  until  it  shall  please  God  by  Death  to  Separate  us. 
And  as  a  further  Confirmation  thereof  the  said  Jethro  Mitchell  & 
Rachel  Mitchell  did  then  &  there  to  these  Presents  set  their  Hands 
She  according  to  the  Custom  of  Marriage  Assuming  the  Name  of 
her  Husband. 

Jethro  Mitchell 
Rachel  Mitchell 

And  We  whose  Names  are  hereunto  Subscribed  being  present 
among  others  at  the  Solemnizing  of  their  Said  Marriage  &  Sub- 
scription in  manner  aforesaid  as  Witnesses  hereunto  have  also  to 
these  Presents  Subscribed  our  Names  the  day  &  Year  above  written. 


Tristram  Swain 
William  Hussey 
Peleg  Peckham 
Josiah  Barker 
Chris'r  Hussey 


Joseph  Mitchell 
Daniel  Hussey 
Seth  Coleman 
Hephzibah  Hussey 
Mary  Mitchell 


Silvanus  Hussey  Jun'r  Lois  Macy 
Stephen  Hussey  Sarah  Barney 


George  Hussey 
Daniel  Worth 
Paul  Pinkham 
Simeon  Russell 
Priscilla   Russell 


Elizabeth  Hussey 
Mary  Mitchell 
Hephzibah  Folger 
Anna  Paddack 


Richard  Mitchell 
John  Russell 
Silvanus  Hussey 
Francis  Swain 
Elihue  Coleman 
Nath'el  Coleman 
Barnabas  Coleman 
Jethro  Folger 
Benj'n  Barney 
Jethro  Coleman 
Nath'el  Coleman  Junr 
Benjamin  Starbuck 
Jethro  Hussey 
Joseph  Hussey 
Thaddeus  Gardner 

The  children   of  this  couple  were   the   following: 


Obed' 

Sarah' 

Silvanus' 

Elihu' 

David' 

Moses' 

Aaron' 

Jethro' 


23  October, 

1760 

died 

23  Nov. 

i760 

20  March, 

1763 

1  Jul. 

1821 

14  June, 

1765 

20  Jan. 

1793 

8  May 

1768 

5* 

1773 

10  April 

1772 

5* 

1772 

2  June 

1773 

4  Aug. 

1773 

19  October 

1775 

1  August 

1778 

27  January  1784 


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The  Marriage  Certificate  of  Obed'  Mitchell  of  Nantucket, 

Mass. 

Obed'  Mitchell  (RacheV  Hussey,  Sarali  Gorham,  Stephen , 
John,  Desire'  Howland,  John)  was  born  at  Nantucket,  Massa- 
chusetts, 20  March,  1763,  and  died  there  1  July,  1821  He  was 
married  at  Nantucket,  28  October,  1784-,  to  Lydia  Gardner.  The 
marriage  certificate  is  recorded  in  Nantucket  Friends'  Records, 
Book  2,  page  299     A  literal  copy  follows: 

Whereas  Obed  Mitchell  son  of  Jethro  &  Rachel  Mitchell  of 
Sherborn  in  the  County  of  Nantucket  &  Commonwealth  of  INIassa- 
chusetts  and  Lydia  Gardner  daughter  of  Paul  Gardner  &  Rachel 
his  deceased  Wife  of  Sherborn  aforesaid,  Having  declared  their 
intentions  of  taking  each  other  in  Marriage  before  several  Meet- 
ings of  the  people  called  Quakers  in  Sherborn  aforesaid  according 
to  the  good  order  used  among  thejn  &  proceeding  therein  after 
deliberate  consideration  thereof  (with  regard  to  the  Righteous 
Law  of  God  in  that  case)  they  also  appearing  clear  of  all  others 
&  having  consent  of  parents  &  relations  concerned  were  allowed 
by  said  Meetings. 

Now  these  are  to  certify  all  whom  it  may  concern  that  for  the 
full  accomplishment  of  their  said  intentions  this  Twenty  Eighth 
day  of  the  Tenth  Month  in  the  year  of  our  Lord  One  Thousand 
Seven  Hundred  &  Eighty  Four  they  the  said  Obed  Mitchell  & 
Lydia  Gardner  appeared  in  a  publick  assembly  of  the  aforesaid 
people  &  others  at  their  publick  Meeting  House  in  Sherborn  afore- 
said; And  then  &  there  in  a  Solemn  manner  the  said  Obed  Mitchell 
taking  the  said  Lydia  Gardner  by  the  hand  did  openly  declare  as 
followeth.  Friends  I  desire  you  to  be  my  Witnesses  that  I  take 
this  my  friend  Lydia  Gardner  to  be  my  Wife,  promising  by  the 
Lords  Assistance  to  be  unto  her  a  true  &  Loving  husband  until 
death  separate  us.  And  then  &  there  in  the  said  assembly  the  said 
Lydia  Gardner  did  in  like  manner  declare  as  followeth.  Friends 
I  desire  you  to  be  my  Witnesses  that  I  take  this  my  friend  Obed 
Mitchell  to  be  my  husband  promising  by  the  Lords  assistance  to 
be  unto  him  a  true  and  loving  wife  until  death  separate  us  (or 
words  to  the  like  import) 

And  as  a  further  confirmation  thereof  they  the  said  Obed  Mitchell 
&  Lydia  Gardner  did  then  and  there  to  these  presents  set  their 
hands,  she  according  to  the  custom  of  Marriage  assuming  the  name 
of  her  husband 

Obed  Mitchell 
Lydia    Mitchell 


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And  we  whose  names  are  hereunto  subscribed  being  present  among 
others  at  the  consummation  of  their  said  marriage  and  subscription 
in  manner  aforesaid  as  witnesses  hereunto  have  subscribed  our 
names  the  day  &  year  above  written. 


Jethro  Mitchell 
Jonathan  Macy 
Paul   Gardner 
Chris'h  Starbuck 
Joseph  Harris 


George  Gardner 
Dan'l  Macy 
Zenas  Gardner 
Hezekiah  Starbuck 
Daniel  Starbuck 


Richard  Mitchell  Jun'r  Benj'n  Barney 


Jon'n  Macy  Jun'r 
Wm.  Clasby 
Paul  Gardner  Jun'r 
Wm.  Hussey 
Libni  Gardner 
Peleg  Folger 
George  Hussey 
Peleg  Coggeshall 
Owen  Gardner 
Wm.  Macy 
Sam'l  Rodman 


Wm.   Rotch  Jun'r 
Benj'n  Rotch 


Rachel  Mitchell 
Lois  Macy 
Mary  Ray 
Mary  Starbuck 
Mary  Starbuck 
Lydia  Bunker 
Eunice  Bunker 
Kezia  Starbuck 
Elizabeth  Gardner 
Sarah  Mitchell 
Dorcas  Gardner 
Hephzibah  Gardner 
Lois  Barney 
Anna  Spooner 
Elizabeth  Black 
Deborah   Spooner 
Ruth  Gardner 


Lydia  Macy 

Abiel  Macy 

Sarah  Coffin 
\Phebe  Barker 

Judith  Coffin 

Merab  Spooner 

Sarah  Barney 

Elizabeth  Rotch 

Elizabeth  Rotch  Jun'r 
The  children  of  this  union  were  the  following:  Samuel' 
Mitchell,  born  26  August,  1785;  Rachel*  Mitchell,  born  15  March, 
1787;  Sarah'  Mitchell,  born  15  October,  1788;  Elizabeth*  Mitchell, 
born  16  April,  1790,  died  3  May,  1812;  Thomas*  Mitchell,  born 
16  June,  1792,  died  23  June,  1793;  Thomas  Mitchell,  born  l6 
April,  1794;  Dorcas*  Mitchell,  born  17  June,  1796,  died  26  August, 
1797;  James*  Mitchell,  born  20  November,  1798;  George*  Mitchell, 
born  25  September,  1802,  died  12  September,  1820;  and  Obed* 
Mitchell,  born  24  February,  1806 


The  Marriage   Certificate  of  James*  Mitchell  of   Nantucket, 

Mass. 

James*  Mitchell  {OhecC ,  Rachet  Hussey,  Sarah'  Gorham, 
Stephen*,  John,  Desire'  Howland,  John)  was  born  at  Nantucket, 
Massachusetts,  20  November,  1798,  and  was  married  there,  2 
November,  1820,  to  Lydia  Green  Clasby,  who  died  at  San  Fran- 
cisco, CaUfornia,  12  October,  1886  The  marriage  certificate  is 
recorded  in  Nantucket  Friends'  Records,  Book  3,  page  9  A  literal 
copy  follows: 

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Whereas,  James  Mitehel  of  Nantucket  in  the  commonwealth 
of  Massachusetts,  Son  of  Obed  and  Lydia  Mitehel  of  Nantucket 
in  the  commonwealth  aforesaid,  and  Lydia  G.  Clasby  daughter  of 
John  and  Sarah  Clasby  (the  former  deceased)  of  Nantucket  afore- 
said, having  declared  their  intentions  of  taking  each  other  in  mar- 
riage, before  the  Nantucket  monthly  meeting  of  the  people  called 
Quakers,  according  to  the  order  established  in  said  society ;  after 
due  enquiry  and  deliberate  consideration  thereof,  they  appearing 
clear  of  all  others  and  having  consent  of  parents,  their  proceedings 
were  allowed  by  the  said  meeting. 

Now  these  are  to  certify  to  all  whom  it  may  concern  that  for  the 
full  accomplishing  of  their  said  intentions  this  second  day  of  the 
eleventh  month,  in  the  year  of  our  Lord  one  thousand  eight  hun- 
dred and  twenty,  they  the  said  James  Mitehel  and  Lydia  G  Clasby 
appeared  at  a  public  assembly  of  the  aforesaid  people  and  others, 
in  their  meeting  house  in  Nantucket  aforesaid;  and  he  the  said 
James  Mitehel  taking  the  said  Lydia  G  Clasby  by  the  hand  did 
openly  declare  as  followeth:  "Friends  I  take  this  my  friend 
Lydia  G  Clasby  to  be  my  wife  promising  through  Divine  assist- 
ance to  be  unto  her  a  faithful  and  affectionate  husband  until  death 
separate  us"  And  the  said  Lydia  G  Clasby  did  then  and  there  in 
like  manner  declare  "Friends  I  take  this  my  friend  James  Mitehel 
to  be  my  husband,  promising  through  Divine  assistance  to  be  unto 
him  a  faithful  and  affectionate  wife  until  death  separate  us"  or 
words  of  the  like  import.  And  as  a  further  confirmation  thereof 
they  the  said  James  Mitehel  and  Lydia  G  Clasby  have  hereunto 
set  their  hands.  She  after  the  custom  of  marriage  adopting  the 
name  of  her  husband. 

James  Mitchel 
Lydia  Mitchel 

And  we  being  present  with  others  at  the  Solemnixation  of  their 
said  marriage  do  as  witnesses  thereunto  subscribe  our  names  the 
day  and  year  above  written. 

Matthew  Barney 

Peleg  Macy 

Phebe  Hussey 

Eliza  Nicholson 

The  children  of  this  couple,  as  far  as  recorded  in  Friends' 
Records,  were:  John  Clasby"  Mitchell,  born  Nantucket,  8  February, 
1821,  removed  26  January,  1843,  to  New  York,  returned  to  Nan- 
tucket and  there  married,  20  May,  1845,  Elizabeth  Almy  Brayton, 
removed    to    California   and    died   at   San    Francisco,    9    December, 


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1900 ;  George  Henry°  Mitchell,  born  Nantucket,  4  November,  1823, 
removed  30  March,  184'3  to  Philadelphia;  and  Daniel  Thormton* 
Mitchell,  born  Nantucket,  8  March,  1826,  removed  26  January, 
,  to  New  York   (North  Records,  page  6I) 


Affidavit  of  Isaac  Richardson'  Wilbur,  San  Francisco 

The  following  affidavit  was  filed  in  support  of  the  application 
of  Miss  Elizabeth  Agnes'"  Wilbur  (Isaac  Richardson ,  Sophia^ 
Etheridge,  Content  Leeds'  ChampUn,  Williani,  Joseph^  Elisabeth* 
Denison,  Mercy'   Gorham,  Desire'  Howland,  John): 

Isaac  Richardson  Wilbur,  being  duly  sv/orn,  deposes  and  says: 
I  was  born  in  New  Baltimore,  Green  County,  New  York,  on 
October  28th,  1835,  and  am  the  son  of  Allen  Russell  Wilbur,  who 
was  born  at  Chenango  County,  New  York,  on  October  4,  I8O6  and 
died  at  Mattoon,  Illinois,  on  July  11,  1881,  and  of  his  wife, 
Sophia*  Etheridge,  who  was  born  in  Sheldon,  Vermont,  about 
I8O9,  and  died  in  Bristol,  Kenosha  County,  Wisconsin,  in  1839, 
about  October.  The  said  Sophia  Etheridge  was  married  at  New 
Baltimore,  about  1827  or  1828,  and  was  the  daughter  of  Nathaniel 
Etheridge,  who  was  born  at  Boston  about  1773,  and  died  at 
Sackett's  Harbor,  in  the  war  of  1812,  and  of  Content  Leeds  Cham- 
plin,  who  was  born  at  Quechee,  Vermont,  on  Sept.  2,  1790  and 
died  at  Kenosha,  Wisconsin,  about  1871,  married  about  1805 

I  was  married  at  Stockton,  California,  on  August  23,  1865,  to 
Louise  Visher,  who  was  born  at  Fulton,  New  York,  on  March  18, 
1847,  and  died  at  San  Francisco  on  March  5,  1903  Our  children 
were  the  following: 

1.  Caroline  Luana'"  Wilbur,  born  June  \9,  1866,  near  Stock- 

ton, married  November  14,  1888,  to  John  Strait 
Wilbur,  the  adopted  son  of  William  Wilbur,  of  Ham- 
ilton, Illinois. 

2.  Harold  Russell'"  Wilbur,  born  at  Stockton,  June  7,  1876, 

married  January  7,  1902,  to  Ila  L.  Henderson. 
S.     Elizabeth  Agnes"  Wilbur,  born  at  Stockton,  on  December 
3,  1872,  unmarried. 

My  knowledge  of  these  facts,  as  to  mv  ancestors,  was  derived 
from  personal  acquaintance  with  my  grandmother.  Content  Leeds 
(Champlin)  Etheridge,  who  removed  from  Vermont  to  Wisconsin 
about  1849;  and  from   1855  to   I860  I  saw  much  of  her,  and  cor- 

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responded  with  her  up  to  the  time  of  her  death^  after  I   came  to 
California^  where  I  arrived  on  the  28th  day  of  April,  I860 

The  children  of  Nathaniel  and  Content  Leeds'  (Champlin) 
Etheridge  were  the  following: 

1.  Catherine*    Etheridge,    born    at    Sheldon,    Vermont,    about 

1806,  and  married  Hammond  Marsh,  making  their 
home  in  New  Baltimore,  New  York,  where  they  had 
children  (1)  William"  Marsh,  born  about  1828;  (2) 
Sophia'  Marsh,  born  in  1832,  married  George  Bos- 
worth;  (3)  Etta"  Marsh,  born  in  1835,  married 
Douglas  Fowler;  and  Mary"  Marsh,  born  in  1839 

2.  Eliza'  Etheridge,  born  about  1807,  married  in  my  father's 

house  to  Levi  Grant,  of  New  Baltimore,  New  York, 
and  had:  (1)  Julia"  Grant,  born  in  April,  1836,  mar- 
ried    Durkee,  but  had  no  children;   (2)   Emory* 

Grant,  born  about  1842,  married Davis,  and  has 

two  children,  Frances^"  Etheridge  Grant,  who  married 

Simmons,  of  Kenosha,  Wisconsin;   and   Ethel" 

Grant,  married  Quarles. 

3.  Sophia*   Etheridge,   born   in    1809,   married   Allen   Russell 

Wilbur,  and  had:  (1)  Frances"  Wilbur,  born  January, 
1830,  married,  about  1855,  to  William  Kemp,  of 
Chicago,  and  had  five  children:  Ida'"  Kemp,  married 

Emery ;     Henry     Etheridge"*     Kemp ;     Laura" 

Kemp,    married    W^illiam    Hamman;     Julia"    Kemp, 

married  Walter;  and  Grace"  Kemp,  married  E. 

Leonard. 

4.  William"*  Etheridge,  died  unmarried,  at  about  the  age  of 

nineteen  or  twenty. 

Mary'  Champlin,  daughter  of  Capt.  William*  and  Content 
(Brown)  Champlin,  born  about  1797,  and  died  about  1895,  in 
Bristol,  Wisconsin,  married  Hastings  Castle,  and  had: 

1.  William"   Castle,   who   died   in    1907,   in   Pleasant    Prairie, 

Wisconsin,    married    Corcoran,    and    had    two 

children. 

2.  Mary'  Castle,  who  married Gibbs,  a  widower,  but  had 

no  children  of  her  own. 

3.  George*  Castle,  who  married   Harriet  Oliver,  in   Galena, 

Wisconsin,  and  had  nine  children. 

4.  Harriet*  Castle,  who  never  married. 

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5.  Elizabeth*    Castle,    married    Nathaniel    Burgess,    for    her 

second  husband.     She  married,  first,  Huntoon, 

and  had  one  son,  George"  Huntoon.  By  her  second 
marriage,  she  had  several  children,  including  Mary 
Bell'  Burgess,  now  living  in  Stockton,  California, 
who  married  her  cousin,  Oliver  D.  Castle. 

6.  Christopher  Champlin"  Castle,  married  first, Haerl- 

son,  and  had  two  daughters ;  and  married,  second, 
Bush,  and  had  two  sons  and  four  daughters. 

7.  James  Udell*  Castle,  married  Emma  Agnes  Watkins,  but 

had  no  children. 

8.  Erastus*  Castle,  married  and  had  several  children,  includ- 

ing William'  Castle,  residing  near  Visalia,  California. 

My  great-aunt,  Mary'  (Champlin)  Castle,  at  the  age  of  93, 
worked,  without  glasses,  a  beautiful  and  elaborate  piece  of  needle- 
work, now  in  the  possession  of  James  Udell  Castle,  her  son,  in 
Stockton,  California. 

My  father,  Allen  Russell  Wilbur,  settled  in  Wisconsin,  in 
1837,  and  raised  one  of  the  first  crops  of  grain  in  Kenosha  County, 
Wisconsin.  He  removed  to  Mattoon,  Illinois,  less  than  a  year 
before  his  death,  making  his  home  there  with  my  sister,  Frances 
Kemp. 

Subscribed  and  sworn  to  this  fourth  day  of  May,  A.  D.   1908 

I.  R.  Wilbur. 


The  Family  Record  of  Frederick  Leonard"  Brown 

Frederick  Leonard"  Brown  (Permelia  Ann"  Gould,  Lydia 
Howes,  Priscilla  Sears,  Stephen,  Thankfut  Freeman,  John,  John, 
"Mercy  Prence,  Patience'  Brewster,  William^),  No.  60  of  this 
Society,  was  married  at  Bethayres,  Pennsylvania,  on  14  October, 
1890,  to  Marian  Maud  Walton,  born  Bethayres,  on  7  July,  1859 
The  following  record  of  their  children  is  printed  at  their  request: 

Frederick  Walton"  Brown  was  born  at  Marmette,  Wisconsin, 
on  2  August,  1891 

Marian"  Brown  was  born  at  Wyncote,  Pennsylvania,  on  8 
October,  1893 

Austen  Gould"  Brown  was  born  at  Wyncote,  Pennsylvania,  on 
14  December,  1899 

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Joseph'  Worth   of  North  Carolina 

The    material    presented  hereunder,    and    in    the    two    articles 

which    follow,    was    filed    in  connection    with    the    application    of 

Homer'  Folger,  of  Pullman,  Washington,  California   No.  61    (see 
page    103): 

Lydia*  Gorham  (Shubael,^  Desire^  Howland,  John),  born  in 
Barnstable,  Massachusetts,  14  March  1701,  died  in  Nantucket, 
Massachusetts,  1  March,  1763,  was  married  in  Nantucket,  8  Sep- 
tember, 1720,  to  Joseph  Worth,  and  had  the  following  children 
{Nantucket  Friends'  Records,  page  218):  Anna,  23  d.,  5  mo., 
1721;  Abigail  (twin)  23,5,1721;  Nathaniel,  4,7,1723;  Reuben, 
13,7,1725;  Silvanus,  27,6,1727;  Joseph,  29,9,1729;  Lydia,  12,12, 
1731;  Miriam,  22,4,1734;  Thomas,  1,11,1736;  Daniel,  10,12,1739; 
William,  4,1,1741,  and  Shubael,  6,5,1745. 

Joseph"  Worth  was  married  on  the  6th  day,  12th  month,  1753, 
in  Nantucket,  to  Judith,  daughter  of  William  and  Anna  Starbuck 
of  that  place.  The  following  is  a  copy  of  their  marriage  certificate 
(Friends'  Records,  Book  1,  page  219)  : 

Whereas  Joseph  Worth  Son  of  Joseph  Worth  of  Sherborn  in 
the  County  of  Nantucket  in  the  Province  of  the  Massachusetts  Bay 
in  New  England  &  Lydia  his  Wife:  And  Judith  Starbuck  Daughter 
of  William  Starbuck  of  Sherborn  aforesaid  and  Anna  His  Wife: 
Having  Declared  their  Intentions  of  Taking  each  other  in  marriage 
before  Several  Public  meetings  of  the  People  called  Quakers  in 
Sherborn  aforesaid  according  to  the  good  Order  used  among  them 
and  proceeding  therein  after  Deliberate  Consideration  thereof 
(with  regard  unto  the  Righteous  Law  of  God  in  that  Case) : 
They  also  appearing  Clear  of  all  others  &  having  Consent  of 
Parents  and  others   Concerned  were  allowed  by   said   Meetings. 

Now  these  are  to  Certify  to  all  whom  it  may  Concern  that  for 
the  full  Accomplishing  of  their  said  Intentions  this  Sixth  Day  of 
the  Twelveth  month  called  December  in  the  year  according  to  the 
Christian  Account  One  Thousand  Seven  hundred  &  Fifty  Three 
They  the  said  Joseph  Worth  &  Judith  Starbuck  appeared  in  a 
public  Assembly  of  the  aforesaid  People  met  together  at  their 
Public  Meeting  House  in  Sherborn  aforesaid  and  in  a  solemn 
manner  he  the  said  Joseph  Worth  Taking  the  said  Judith  Starbuck 
by  the  Hand  did  openly  Declare  as  followeth.  Friends  I  Desire 
you  to  be  my  Witnesses  that  I  take  this  my  Friend  Judith  Star- 
buck  to  be  my  Wife,  promising  by  the  Lords  Assistance  to  be  unto 
her  a  True  &  Loving  Husband  until  it  shall  please  God  by  Death 
to  Separate  us.  And  then  and  there  in  the  said  Assembly  the  said 
Judith  Starbuck  did  in  like  manner  declare  as  folloeth.     Friends  I 

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Desire  you  to  be  my  Witnesses  that  I  take  this  my  Friend  Joseph 
Worth  to  be  my  Husband  promising  by  the  Lords  Assistance  to 
be  unto  him  a  True  &  Loving  Wife  until  it  shall  please  God  by 
Death  to  separate  us.  And  as  a  further  Confirmation  thereof  the 
said  Joseph  Worth  &  Judith  Worth  did  then  and  there  to  these 
Presents  Set  their  hands  She  according  to  the  custom  of  marriage 
assuming  the  Name  of  her  Husband. 

Joseph  Worth 
Judith  Worth 


And  we  whose  Names  are  hereunto  Subscribed  being  present 
at  the  Solemnixing  of  their  said  Marriage  and  Subscription  in 
manner  aforesaid  as  Witnesses  hereunto  have  also  to  these  Presents 
Subscribed  our  Names  the  Day  &  Year  above  written. 


William  Clasby 
William  Starbuck 
Samuel  Coffin 
William  Worth 
Caleb  Swain 
Silvanus  Hussey 
Jethro  Starbuck 
Richard  Macy 
Barnabas  Gardner 
Nathaniel  Coleman 
Elihu  Coleman 
Nathaniel  Starbuck 
Stephen  Barnard 


Jethro  Starbuck 
Nathaniel  Worth 
Rachel  Starbuck 
Silvanus  Worth 
Jonathan  Gardner 
Paul  Gardner 
William  Starbuck 
Mary  Starbuck 
Elizabeth  Starbuck 
Lydia  Bunker 
William  Worth 
Daniel  Worth 
Shubael  Worth 


Lydia  Worth 
Lydia  Starbuck 
Lydia  Bunker 
Jethro  Gardner 
Miriam  Gardner 
Jonathan  Garner 
Abigail  Bunker 
Mary  Coleman 
Anna  Macy 


On  the  same  page  is  a  list  of  their  children:  Jethro,  3,9,1754; 
Eunice,   30,8,1756;    Matilda,    14,10,1758,   and   Charles,    17,6,1761. 

The  following  entries  are  found  in  the  minutes  of  Monthly 
Meetings  of  Friends  at  Nantucket: 

"Nantucket,  26th  day,  9th  month,  1774. 

"This  Meeting  is  Informed  from  the  preparative  Meeting  that 
Joseph  Worth  Jr.  doth  request  a  few  lines  by  way  of  Certificate 
to  the  monthly  meeting  of  Friends  at  New  Garden,  where  he  is 
bound  with  his  Family  to  Settle,  and  he  appearing  herein  and 
offering  a  few  Lines  by  way  of  Acknowledgment  of  his  Shortness 
in  heretofore  removing  to  Nova  Scotia  without  a  Certificate, 
Friends  think  his  Acknowledgement  may  be  accepted  &  William 
Rotch  &  Christo  Starbuck  are  appointed  to  Inspect  the  Circum- 
stance  of   his    removal    &    if   it   appears    Clear   to    prepare    a    few 

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Lines  as  requested  for  him  &  Family  &  return  to  the  monthly 
Meeting  at  a  convenient  time. 

"2,  10  mo.,  1774 — ^Friends  being  met  according  to  adjourn- 
ment. The  Friends  heretofore  appointed  in  Joseph  Worth's  case 
make  return  that  nothing  appears  but  that  he  is  clear  to  remove 
hence  to  Settle  at  New  Garden  &  also  returned  a  few  Lines  pre- 
pared by  way  of  Certificate  to  Friends  there  which  were  read, 
approved  of  &  signed  herein  by  the  Clerk. 

"At  our  monthly  meeting  of  women  Friends  held  on  Nan- 
tucket ye  26th,  9  mo.,  1774 — Our  Friend  Judith  Worth  Requests 
a  few  lines  by  way  of  Certificate  for  herself  and  Two  Daughters, 
Namely,  Eunice  &  Metilda.  Sarah  Barney  &  Lois  Macy  are 
appointed  to  prepare  the  Same  and  bring  to  our  next  monthly 
meeting. 

"At  our  monthly  meeting  of  women  Friends  held  on  Nan- 
tucket ye  31st,  10  mo.,  1774 — The  Friends  appointed  to  write 
the  Certificates  for  our  Friend  Judith  Worth  and  her  two 
Daughters  have  performed  the  same,  which  were  Read,  approved 
&  Signed  by  the  Clerk." 


The  Marriage  Certificate  of  Matilda'  (Worth)  Folger  of 
North  Carolina 

Whereas  Latham  Folger,  son  of  Reuben  Folger  of  Nantucket 
in  New  England  and  Dinah  his  deceased  wife,  and  Matilda  Worth 
daughter  of  Jos.  Worth  Junior,  and  Judith  his  wife,  of  Guilford 
county  in  the  Province  of  North  Carolina  having  declared  their 
Intentions  of  marriage  with  Each  other  before  Several  Monthly 
Mtgs  of  the  People  called  Quakers  at  Centre  in  the  county  of 
Guilford  aforesaid,  having  consent  of  her  parents  and  parties 
concerned  they  were  allowed  by  Said  Mtgs. 

Now  these  are  to  certify  whom  it  may  concern  that  for  the 
full  Accomplishing  their  Said  intentions,  This  twenty-Seventh  day 
of  the  Eleventh  month  in  the  year  of  our  Lord,  One  Thousand 
Seven  Hundred  and  Seventy  Seven,  They  the  Said  Latham  Folger 
and  Matilda  Worth,  Appeared  in  a  Publick  assembly  of  the  afore- 
said People  met  together  at  their  Public  Meeting-house  at  Centre 
aforesaid,  And  in  a  Solemn  manner  the  Said  Latham  Folger  taking 
the  said  Matilda  Worth  by  the  hand  did  openly  declare  that  he 
took  the  said  Matilda  Worth  to  be  his  wife,  promising  by  Divine 
Assistance  to  be  unto  her  a  true  and  loving  husband  Until  it 
should  please  the  Lord,  by  death  to  Separate  them,  or  words   to 

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that  Effect.  And  then  &  there  in  the  said  Assembly  the  said 
Matilda  Worth  did  in  like  manner  declare  that  she  took  the  said 
Latham  Folger  to  be  her  husband  promising  by  Divine  Assistance 
to  be  unto  him  A  true  and  Loving  Wife  until  it  Should  please  the 
Lord  by  death  to  Seperate,  or  words  to  that  purpose.  And  as  a 
further  confirmation  there  of  the  said  Latham  Folger  and  Matilda 
Folger  did  then  and  there  to  these  present,  Set  their  hands,  She 
according  to  the  custom  of  marriage  assuming  the  name  of  her 
husband. 

Latham  Folger 
Matilda    Folger 

And  we  whose  names  are  hereunto  Subscribed  being  present 
Among  others  at  the  Solemnizing  their  said  marriage  and  Sub- 
scription in  manner  Aforesaid,  as  witnesses  hereunto,  have  also  to 
their  presents  Subscribed  our  Names,  the  day  and  year  above 
written. 


Benjamin  Coffin 
Matthew  Ozbun 
John  Lenard 
John  Beals 
John  Mills 
Samuel  Ozbun 


Peter  Dicks 
Joseph  Lawton 
Frances  Lamb 
John  Stone 
Elizabeth  Brown 
Elizabeth  Macy 


Joseph  Worth  Junr 
Joseph  Macy 
Daniel  Worth 
Jethro  Worth 
Eunice  Wilson 
Elizabeth  Coffin 
Aaron  Coffin 


The  Will  of  Jethro  Starbuck  Folger  of  Indiana 

Jethro  Starbuck'  Folger  (Matilda*  Worth,  Joseph'^,  Li/dia* 
Gorham,  ShuhaeV,  Desire^  Howland,  John)  was  born  at  Centre, 
North  Carolina,  30  October,  1797,  removed  to  Rush  County,  Indi- 
ana, about  1836  and  died  there,  4  September,  1862  He  married, 
first,  Mary,  daughter  of  Thomas  and  Sarah  Barnard,  and  had: 

Thomas  Sydney'  Folger,  born  9  Feb.,  1822,  died  July,   1892, 

married   Phebe  Barnard. 
Henry  C."  Folger,  born  30  April,  1826,  married  Emily  Coffin. 
Rufus'  Folger,  born  4  July,  1833,  married  Polly  A.  Smith. 
Adeline*  Folger,  born  4  July,  1833,  married  Swain  Leonard. 
Lurania'   Folger,  born   Aug.,    1829,   married   William    Newton 

Barnard. 
Maria'  Folger,  born  about  1837,  married  Obed  Barnard. 

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Jethro  Starbuck'  Folger,  married,  second,  14  October,  1852, 
Rebecca  McNeily  (Smith)  Ingold,  born  in  Forsyth  Countj-^,  North 
Carolina,  11  March,  1815,  died  Alton,  Iowa,  2  October,  1903, 
and  had: 

John    Clifford    Fremont*    Folger,    born    1857,    married    Sadie 

Cathcart. 
Homer"  Folger,  born  16  March,  I860,  married  Osceola,  Iowa, 
8  May,  1884,  Emma   Funston. 

The  will  of  Jethro  Starbuck'  Folger  was  filed  in  the  Clerk's 
Office  of  the  Rush  County  Court  of  Common  Pleas,  20  October, 
1862     A  literal  copy  of  the  will  follows: 

"Be  it  remembered  that  I  Jethro  S.  Folger  of  the  County  of 
Rush  and  State  of  Indiana  do  hereb}'  make  ordain  and  publish 
this  my  last  will  and  Testament   (To  wit) 

It  is  my  desire  that  all  my  just  debts  &  reasonable  funeral 
expenses  be  paid. 

2^.  It  is  mj'^  desire  that  my  beloved  wife  Rebecca  M.  have 
all  my  household  and  Kitchen  furniture  in  her  own  right  together 
with  one  horse  creature  and  two  cows,  also,  that  she  have  one  hun- 
dred and  fifty  dollars  annually  out  of  the  rents  and  profits  of  my 
Real  Estate  or  the  interest  on  my  personal  estate  to  rear  and 
educate  our  minor  children,  and  aid  in  their  and  her  support  gen- 
erally, conditioned  as  follows,  (to  wit) — When  my  youngest  child 
shall  have  arrived  to  the  age  of  fifteen  years  or  both  of  my  infant 
sons  shall  have  died  or  my  widow  shall  have  married  then  it  is  my 
desire  that  fifty  dollars  of  said  annuity  be  with  held  and  pass  into 
my  estate  generally  or  if  either  of  my  infant  children  shall  die 
prior  to  the  youngest  arriving  to  the  age  of  fifteen,  then  twenty- 
five  dollars  I  desire  to  be  with  held  as  above  directed,  in  case  of 
both  their  deaths  my  widow  retaining  one  hundred  dollars  in  lieu 
of  dower.  Provided  nevertheless  that  if  my  widow  prefer  to  accept 
one  third  of  the  rents  and  profits  of  my  real  Estate  together  with 
one-third  of  the  interest  of  my  personal  Estate,  (in  place  of  the 
annuity  as  above  stipulated)  during  her  natural  life  for  the  pur- 
poses as  set  forth  above,  then  it  is  my  desire  that  she  have  the  right 
to  choose  for  herself. 

3''.  If  anything  be  left,  out  of  the  rents,  profits,  interest  &c. 
of  my  Estate,  after  paying  the  annuities  above  stipulated,  It  is 
my  desire  that  it  be  divided  among  my  adult  heirs  annually. 

4**^.  If  my  widow  shall  die  prior  to  the  majority  of  my  infant 
heirs,  in  that  case  my  desire  is  that  her  annuity  go  to  their  support 
and  education,  and  if  only  one  survive  their  mother,  then  one-half 

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of  her  annuity  go  for  the  support  and  education  of  the  survivor, 
and  the  other  half  into  the  common  stock  to  be  distributed  among 
the  adult  heirs  as  above  directed. 

5'^.  It  is  my  desire  that  m}^  infant  sons  John  C.  Fremont 

and  Homer  have  as  good  an  education  as  my  adult  heirs  got 
(exclusive  of  their  own  means)  And  even  further,  if  the  means  set 
apart  for  that  purpose,  will  admit  of  it  and  they  desire  it. 

6^^.  It  is  further  my  desire  that  my  widow  be  furnished  with 
a  good  comfortable  house  and  out  buildings  so  long  as  she  remains 
such.  And  on  the  final  settlement  of  my  Estate  that  an  equal  dis- 
tribution of  the  same  be  made  among  all  my  children. 

7**^.  and  lastly,  I  do  hereby  constitute  and  appoint  my  oldest 
son,  Thomas  Sydney  and  my  esteemed  nephew  Franklin  F.  Swain 
my  lawful  Executors. 

In  witness  whereof  I  have  hereunto  affixed  my  hand  and  seal 
this  I6th  day  of  May  1862 

Jethro  S.  Folger  (Seal) 

Signed  and  acknowledged  in  presence  of  as  witnesses 

John  M.  Gardner  & 
Thomas  Barnard 


The  Will  of  Isaac'  Cushman  of  Vermont 

The  following  interesting  record  is  printed  at  the  request  of 
Festus  Cushman'"  Lewis,  California  No.  61    (see  page  100): 

Isaac'  Cushman  {Charles,"  John*  Eleazer^  Mar-y  Allerton, 
Isaac  ),  according  to  the  Cushman  Genealogy,  appears  to  have 
removed  from  Plymouth  to  Rutland,  Vermont,  and  to  have  had,  by 
a  wife  whose  name  is  not  given,  three  daughters,  Ethel,  Lois  and 
Polly.  His  will  was  dated  20  May,  1783,  presented  by  the  Execu- 
tors in  Court  9  June,  1783,  and  recorded  3  December,  1784.  in 
Rutland,  Vermont.  It  is  important,  as  it  proves  that  his  wife's 
name  was  Lois,  and  that  his  oldest  child  was  not  a  daughter,  Ethel, 
as  stated  in  the  Genealogy,  but  a  son,  Ethiel,  not  of  full  age  at 
the  date  of  the  will.     The  following  is  a  literal  copy: 

"In  the  Name  of  God,  Amen. 

"I,  Isaac  Cushman,  of  Rutland,  in  the  County  of  Rutland  and 
State  of  Vermont,  being  thro  the  abundant  goodness  of  God,  tho 
weak  in  body  yet  of  a   Sound  Mind  and   Memory,  Do   Constitute 

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this  my  Last  Will  and  Testament  and  desire  it  may  be  received 
by  all  as  such.     And 

"First — I  give  and  earnestly  recommend  my  Soul  to  God  who 
gave  it  in  full  confidence  of  its  resurrection  again  to  Glory  at  the 
last  day.  And  my  body  I  commend  to  the  dust  from  whence  it 
was  taken  to  be  decently  buried  after  my  decease  at  the  discretion 
of  my  Executors  hereinafter  named.  And  as  to  my  worldly  estate 
wherewith  God  hath  been  pleased  to  endow — 

"I  Positively  Will  and  order  that  my  Funeral  and  other  just 
debts  be  paid  by  my  said  Executors. 

"Secondly — I  give  and  bequeath  unto  my  dearly  beloved  wife, 
Lois  Cushman,  one  third  part  of  my  personal  estate  forever,  and 
the  use  and  improvement  of  one  third  part  of  my  real  estate  during 
her  natural  Life,  with  one  good  Feather  bed  and  furniture  and  the 
use  and  improvement  of  one  third  part  of  the  dwelling  house 
wherein  I  now  live. 

"Tertio — I  give  and  bequeath  unto  my  only  son,  Ethiel  Cush- 
man,  the  whole  of  my  Homestead  farm,  whereon  I  now  dwell,  with 
the  stock  and  farming  utensils  and  other  appurtenances  thereunto 
belonging  (except  as  before  excepted),  as  also  one  half  right  or 
share  of  land  thro  the  town  of  Rutland  aforesaid  which  I  hold 
by  Deed  from  Gershom  Beach,  after  deducting  out  so  much  as 
will  pay  all  my  just  Debts  and  Charges  (if  any  should  be  found 
to  be  needed  after  collecting  such  debts  as  are  now  due  me).  On 
condition  that  my  said  Son,  Ethiel  Cushman,  shall  do  well  and 
duly  provide  for  my  four  Daughters,  Mary  Cushman,  Lois  Cush- 
man, Sibbil  Cushman  and  Levinah  Cushman,  suitable  meat.  Drink, 
Lodging  &  apparel  fitting  for  their  age  and  ages  severally  from 
time  to  time,  both  in  sickness  and  in  health,  until  they  shall  sever- 
ally be  married,  or  until  they  shall  severally  arrive  at  the  age  of 
eighteen  years.  And  my  said  Son,  Ethiel  Cushman,  shall  do  well 
and  truly  pay  or  cause  to  be  paid  unto  my  said  Daughters,  Mary 
Cushman,  Lois  Cushman,  Sibbil  Cushman  and  Levinah  Cushman, 
each  of  them  Thirty  pounds  Lawful  Silver  money  on  their  or  either 
of  their  arrival  to  the  age  of  eighteen  years,  and  to  each  of  my 
above  named  Daughters  a  further  sum  of  Ten  pounds  like  money 
on  their  or  either  of  their  arrival  to  the  full  age  of  nineteen  years. 
Provided  always,  and  it  is  herein  provided,  that  if  my  said  son 
should  die  before  he  arrives  to  the  full  age  of  Twenty-one  years,  or 
is  married  and  have  lawful  issue  of  his  Body,  that  then  my  sd 
Daughters  shall  Inherit  as  Coparceners. 

Lastly — I  do  hereby  Constitute  and  appoint  my  said  wife, 
Lois   Cushman,  and   Samuel  Williams   Sole   Executors  to  this  my 

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last  Will  and  Testament,  and  do  hereby  amply  and  fully  empower 
them,  the  sd.  Lois  and  Samuel,  or  either  of  them,  to  sue  for  and 
recover  of  all  and  singular  my  Debtors  such  sum  and  sums  as  may 
be  found  on  examination  to  be  due  to  me  in  the  name  and  by 
virtue  of  this  my  appointment  of  them  as  Executors,  and  on  the 
reception  of  any  such  Debt  or  Debts  to  discharge  any  such  person 
or  persons,  and  if  any  overplus  remains  after  paying  my  Just 
Debts  and  the  expenses  of  Collecting  to  remit  the  same  unto  my 
said  Son,  Ethiel  Cushman. 

And  I  do  hereby  ratify  and  confirm  this  to  be  my  last  Will 
and  Testament  and  earnestly  request  that  it  may  be  approved  by 
the  Court  of  Probate  after  my  Decease  and  Registered  in  his 
Office  as  such. 

In  Witness  Whereof,  I  have  hereunto  set  my  hand  and 
affixed  my  seal  at  Rutland  aforesaid  this  20th  day  of  May,  in  the 
year  of  our  Lord  one  thousand  seven  hundred  and  eighty-three. 

Isaac  Cushman  (L.  S.) 

Personally  present  at  the  execution  of  the  above  instrument 
and  heard  the  Testator  Vocally  with  an  audible  voice  pronounce 
it  as  his  Last  WiU  and  Testament. 

Jonathan  Carpenter. 
Amos  Himes. 
Jonas  Fay. 

Rutland  Probate  District 

In  Court  of  Probate,  the  9th  of  June,  A.  D.  1783,  the  afore- 
going Will  and  Testament  of  Isaac  Cushman,  deceased,  was  pre- 
sented by  the  Executors  therein  named  in  said  Court  of  Probate, 
proved  and  accordingly  accepted. 

Test:     Joseph  Bowker,  Judge  C.  P.  B. 


The  Marriage  Certificate  of  Susanna'  (Gorham)  Paddock 

The  marriage  certificate  hereunder,  and  the  two  which  follow, 
are  printed  at  the  request  of  Margaret  Locke^"  (Bunker)  Cox 
(Mrs.  Alexander  Middleton  Cox),  California  No.  70  (see  page 
112): 

Susanna"  Gorham  (Stephen*,  John,  Desire'  Horvland,  John), 
born  Barnstable  Mass.,  10th  day,  8th  month,  1705,  was  married 
at  Nantucket,  Mass.,  1  February,  1726-7  to  Daniel  Paddock,  at  a 

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Meeting  of  the  Society  of  Friends.  The  marriage  certificate  (Book 
1,  page  38)   follows: 

Whereas  Daniel  Paddock  the  Son  of  Nath'l  Paddock  &  Ann 
his  Wife  of  the  Town  of  Sherborn  on  Nantucket  in  the  Province 
of  ye  Massachusetts  Bay  in  New  England  etc.  &  Susanna  Gorham 
Daughter  of  Stephen  Gorham  &  Elizabeth  his  Wife  of  Barnstable 
in  ye  Province  above  said  Having  Declared  their  intentions  of 
taking  each  other  in  marriage  before  Severall  of  Public  meetings 
of  the  People  called  Quakers  on  Nantucket  according  to  the  good 
order  Used  among  them  Whose  Proceedings  therein  after  a  Delib- 
erate consideration  thereof  (with  regard  unto  the  Righteous  Law 
of  God  &  Examples  of  his  People  Recorded  in  ye  Scriptures  of 
truth  in  ye  case)  were  allowed  by  the  said  Meetings  to  proceed:  & 
they  appearing  clear  of  all  others  &  having  consent  of  Parents  & 
others  concerned. 

Now  these  are  to  certifie  all  whom  it  may  concern  yt  for  the 
full  accomplishing  of  their  sd  intentions  this  first  Day  of  the 
Twelveth  month  called  February  in  the  year  according  to  the 
English  account  one  thousand  seven  hundred  &  Twenty  &  Six 
Seven  they  the  said  Daniel  Paddock  &  Susanna  Gorham  appeared 
in  a  Public  Assembly  of  ye  aforesaid  people  &  others  met  together 
for  that  purpose  at  Nantucket  in  their  Publick  Meeting  place  &  he 
the  said  Daniel  Paddock  Taking  the  said  Susanna  Gorham  by  the 
hand  did  openly  Declare  as  followeth :  Friends  I  Desire  you  to  be 
my  witnesses  that  I  take  this  my  Friend  Susanna  Gorham  to  be 
my  wife  promising  by  the  Lords  assistance  to  be  unto  her  a  true 
&  loving  Husband  untill  Death  shall  separate  us  &  then  &  there 
in  the  said  Assembly  the  said  Susanna  Gorham  did  in  like  manner 
Declare  as  followeth:  Friends  I  Desire  you  to  be  my  witnesses 
yt  I  take  this  my  Friend  Daniel  Paddock  to  be  my  Husband 
promising  by  the  Lords  assistance  to  be  unto  him  a  true  &  Loving 
Wife  untill  Death  shall  separate  us. 

And  the  sd  Daniel  Paddock  &  Susanna  (according  to  ye  custom 
of  Marriage)  Now  Susanna  Paddock  as  a  farther  confirmation 
thereof  did  then  &  there  to  these  Presents  set  their  hands 

Daniel  Paddock 
Susanna  Paddock 

And  we  whose  names  are  hereunto  subscribed  being  present 
among  others  at  ye  solemnizing  of  their  sd  marriage  &  subscription 
in  manner  aforesaid  as  witnesses  hereunto  have  also  to  these  pres- 
ents subscribed  our  names  the  Day  &  year  above  written 


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Nathl  Paddock 
Jabez  Bunker 
Seth  Paddock 
Andrew  Gardner 
Eliphalet  Paddock 
Silvanus  Hussey 
William  Clasby 
Samuell  Gardner 
Mathew  Jenkins 
Prince  Coffin 
Caleb  Swain 
Thomas   Jenkins 
Phillip  Pollard 


Nathl  Starbuck 
Jethro  Starbuck 
Batchelor  Hussey 
Nathl   Coleman 
Nathan  Folger 
Priscilla   Coleman 
Dinah   Starbuck 
Dorcas  Starbuck 
Abigail   Howes 


Ann  Paddock 
Mehetable  Pollard 
Mary  Gardner 
Lydia  Worth 
Deborah  Bunker 
Deborah  Paddock 
Theodate  Gorham 
Alice  Paddock 
Mary  Jenkins 
Margret  Paddock 


The  Marriage  Certificate  of  Lydia'  (Paddock)  Bunker 

Lydia'  Paddock  (^Susanna  Gorham,  Stephen ,  John ,  Desire 
Howland,  John)  born  at  Nantucket,  Massachusetts,  18th  day  4th 
month,  1732,  was  married  at  Nantucket,  7  February,  1750,  to 
Shubael  Bunker,  at  a  Meeting  of  the  Society  of  Friends.  A  copy 
of  the  marriage  certificate  follows   (Book   1,  page   Ipl): 

Whereas  Shubael  Bunker  son  of  Zechariah  Bunker  of  Sherborn 
on  the  Island  of  Nantucket  in  the  Province  of  the  Massachusetts 
Bay  in  New  England  &  Desire  his  Wife,  And  Lydia  Paddock 
daughter  of  Daniel  Paddock  late  of  Sherborn  aforesaid  Deceased 
&  Susanna  his  Wife:  Having  declared  their  Intentions  of  Taking 
each  other  in  marriage  before  Several  Publick  Meetings  of  the 
People  called  Quakers  in  Sherborn  aforesaid  according  to  the 
good  order  used  among  them  and  proceeding  therein  after  delib- 
erate Consideration  thereof  (with  regard  unto  the  Righteous  Law 
of  God  in  that  Case)  They  also  appearing  clear  of  all  others  & 
having  Consent  of  Parents  &  others  Concerned  were  allowed  by 
the  said  meetings. 

Now  these  are  to  certify  to  all  whom  it  may  concern  that  for 
the  full  accomplishing  of  their  said  Intentions  this  Seventh  day  of 
the  Twelveth  month  called  February  in  the  year  accordinjr  to  the 
Christian  account  One  thousand  Seven  Hundred  &  Fifty  they  the 
said  Shubael  Bunker  &  Fydia  Paddock  Appeared  in  a  Publick 
Assembly  of  the  aforesaid  People  met  Together  at  their  Publick 
Meeting  House  in  Sherborn  aforesaid  and  in  a  solemn  manner  he 
the  said  Shubael  Bvmker  taking  the  said  Lydia  Paddock  by  the 
hand  did  openly  declare  as  foUoweth:  Friends  I   Desire  you  to  be 

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my  Witnesses  that  I  take  this  my  Friend  Lydia  Paddock  to  be  my 
Wife  Promising  by  the  Lords  Assistance  to  be  unto  her  a  true  & 
Loving  Husband  until  it  shall  please  God  by  Death  to  separate 
us.  And  then  &  there  in  the  said  Assembly  the  said  Lydia 
Paddock  did  in  like  manner  declare  as  followeth:  Friends,  I  desire 
you  to  be  my  Witnesses  that  I  take  this  my  Friend  Shubael  Bunker 
to  be  my  Husband,  promising  by  the  Lords  Assistance  to  be  unto 
him  a  true  &  Loving  Wife  until  it  shall  please  God  by  Death  to 
separate  us  And  as  a  further  confirmation  thereof  the  said  Shubael 
Bunker  &  Lydia  Bunker  did  then  &  there  to  these  Presents  set 
their  Hands  She  according  to  the  custom  of  marriage  assuming  the 
Name  of  her  Husband 

Shubael  Bunker 
Lydia  Bunker 

And  we  whose  Names  are  hereunto  Subscribed  being  present  among 
others  at  the  Solemnizing  of  their  said  Marriage  &  Subscription  in 
manner  aforesaid  as  Witnesses  hereunto  have  also  to  these  Presents 
Subscribed  our  Names  the  Day  &  Year  above  written 


Joseph  Paddock 
Nathaniel  Coleman 
Simeon  Gardner 
Seth  Gardner 
William  Swain 
Sam'l  Calder 
Jos.  Marshall 
Jethro  Folger 
James  Bunker 


Desire  Bunker 
Deborah  Pinkham 
Ahce  Paddock 
Josiah  Gorham 
Elizabeth  Swain 
Ruth  Gardner 
Deborah  Pinkham 


(Paddock)    Bunker,  as 


Zechariah  Bunker 
Eliphalet   Paddock 
Jonathan  Gardner 
Nathaniel  Paddock 
Jethro  Coleman 
Barnabas  Gardner 
Thomas  Macy 
William  Clasby 
Elihu  Coleman 
Jonathan  Bunker 
Stephen  Paddock 

The  children  of  Shubael  and  Lydia' 
recorded  in  Friends'  Record  of  Births  and  Deaths,  page  11,  were 
as  follows:  Shubael',  born  6th  day,  2nd  month,  1754;  Puella',  7th, 
5th,  1756;  Francis',  31st,  7th,  1758;  Gilbert',  17th,  11th,  1762; 
Naomi',  17th,  6th,  1766;  Nathan',  8th,  11th,  1768;  and  Abiel' 
(Abel),  29th,  9th,  1771 

The  following  entry  appears  in  volume  2,  page  162,  of  the 
minutes  of  Nantucket  Monthly  Meeting  of  Friends,  dated  27th 
day,  3rd  month,  1780: 

"A  Removal  Certificate  to  the  monthly  meeting  of  Friends  at 
the  Nine  Partners  in  behalf  of  Shubael  Bunker  &  his  family  was 
laid  before  this  meeting  by  the  Friends  appointed  in  that  service 
which  was  read  approved  of  &  signed  herein  by  the  Clerk." 

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The  youngest  son,  Abel,  was  taken  by  his  parents  to  New 
York  State;  but  it  would  appear  that  the  oldest,  Shubael,  remained 
at  Nantucket,  as  the  record  contains  the  following  entry,  under 
date  of  26th  day,  9th  month,  1785: 

"The  Committee  appointed  to  prepare  a  Certificate  to  Dart- 
mouth monthly  meeting  in  behalf  of  Shubael  Bunker  Junr  pro- 
duced one  which,  being  read  and  approved,  was  signed  by  the 
clerk." 


The  Marriage  Certificate  of  Henry  Sell  Bunker 

I  hereby  certify  that  on  the  fourth  day  of  May  1846  Mr. 
Henry  S.  Bunker  of  Rio  Grande,  Brazil,  &  Miss  Sophronia  C. 
Wood  of  this  town  were  united  by  me  in  marriage  agreeably  to 
the  Laws  of  the  Commonwealth  of  Massachusetts  in  the  United 
States  of  N.  America 

Henry  B.  Hooker 
Minister  of  the  Gospel  &   Pastor 
of    the    1^    Congregational    Church 
Falmouth  Massachusetts 
March  14th  1849 


The  Settlement  of  the  Estate  of  Isaac  Harris  of  Bridgewater 

The  record  hereunder,  and  the  will  of  Arthur'  Harris,  in  the 
next  article,  are  printed  at  the  request  of  Milton"  and  Miss 
Edith"  Latham,  California  Nos.  91  and  92  (see  pages  142  and 
147): 

Isaac  Harris,  of  Bridgewater,  Mass.,  according  to  Mitchell's 
History  of  Bridgewater,  married,  first,  Mercy*  Latham  (Susanna 
Winslow,  Mary'  Chilton,  James^),  and  had  eight  children,  Arthur", 
Isaac^,  Samuel",  Desire",  Jane",  Susanna",  Mary"  and  Mercy  ;  and 
married,  second,  Mary,  daughter  of  Robert  Dunbar  of  Hingham, 
and  had  two  children,  Benjamin  and  Martha.  Of  these,  the  birth 
of  one  child  is  recorded:  "The  birth  of  Jane  Harris  being  brought 
forth  into  The  World  the:  19;  day  of  July;  1671;  being  when 
g  {illegible)  of  years  fit  married  to  James  dunbarr  and  After  his 
decease  the  wife  of  Pelatiah  Smith."  {Mayflower  Descendant, 
2:243) 

The  following  documents,  relating  to  the  settlement  of  the 
estate  of  Isaac  Harris,  who  died  before  19  June,  1708,  are  recorded 
in  Plymouth: 

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"September  the  21.  1709.  for  the  settlement  of  the  Land  of 
Isaac  Harris  Late  of  Bridgewater  Deceased  it  is  ordered  by  the 
Judge  of  Probate  of  Wills  &c  for  the  County  of  Plymouth  as 
followeth  (viz)  That  Isaac  Harris  son  of  ye  said  Deceased  shall 
have  the  housing  &  the  twenty  acres  of  Land  whereon  the  housing 
stands  which  wear  apprized  at  39-  0-  0  To  him  the  sd  Isaac  & 
his  heirs  forever  he  therefore  paying  the  sd  sum  of  thirty  nine 
pounds  money  to  the  Administrators  of  the  sd  Isaac  Harris  his 
estate:  And  that  Benjamin  Harris  younger  son  of  the  sd  Isaac 
Harris  shall  have  the  piece  of  Land  on  the  south  side  of  the  River 
&  west  side  of  the  highway  prized  at  Eight  pounds  &  the  20  acres 
of  Land  near  the  Burch  swamp  by  Waymouth  Rhode  prized  at  5 
pounds  to  him  the  said  benjamin  &  his  heirs  for  ever. 
1708  The  account  of  Palatiah  Smith  &  John  Kingman  adminis- 
Plim.  trators  of  the  Estate  of  Isaac  Harris  Late  of  Bridgewater 
ss.  Deceased  Exhibited  into  the  Court  of  Probates  for  the 
County  of  Plymouth  June  the  19th:  1708  The  said 
harris.^  Estate  of  Lands  goods  &  Chatils  according  to  the  Inven- 
tory amounts  to  the  sum  of  103        19  0 

The  Debts  which  the  administra- 
tors have  paid  are  as  followeth 
(Viz) 

f 

To  m^  samuel  Elles 

To  John  Winchcomb 

To  Edward  Michell 

To  John  Murdo 

To  Samuel  Bradford 

To  Ephraim  Hayward 

To  Isaac  Harris 

To  John  Haward 

To  Isaac  Harris 

To  Joseph  Shaw 

To  Petor  Dunbar 

To  John  Hayward 

To  Jonathan  Washbon 

To  William  Ripley 

To  Jonathan  Washbon  Junr. 

To  Nicolas  Byrum 

To  James  Latham  Debt  due  to  him 


£ 

s 

d 

12 

0 

0 

2 

15 

6 

2 

7 

3 

8 

4 

0 

1 

10 

0 

1 

10 

6 

1 

15 

0 

15 

0 

6 

0 

0 

6 

11 

0 

15 

11 

0 

5 

4 

0 

10 

0 

0 

5 

3 

0 

3 

0 

0 

2 

0 

0 

5 

0 

Totall 


33        16 


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To  the  administrators   account 

(viz)  To  their  time  expenses  &  Travill 
in  saveing  &  gathering  the  Estate 
paying  of  Debts  &c  as  pr  the  par- 
ticulars may  be  seen  (viz.)  to  Mr. 
Smith  4.18.  0  &  to  Mr.  Kingman 
S.13.  3  8        11 

To  the  two  youngest  Children  for 
Clothing  in  the  Custody  of  their 
Guardian  paid  14 

To  the  Judge  &  Register  for  writing 
the  acct,  citation  allowing  the  acct: 
&  settling  the  Estate  &  recording 
the  acct:  &  settlement  0        10 


That    the    Eldest    son    living    (viz) 
Isaac  has  had:  in  Lands  from  his 
father  in  his  life  time  more  than  a 
Double     portion     &     being     cited 
made  no  appearance 
&  also  sam^  has  had  in  Like  manner 
more  than  his  portion 
Desire  Kingman  hath  had  the  sum  of  8 
Jane  smith  hath  had  the  sume  of  8 

&  Susanna  Nuland  the  sum  of  8 

all  of  their  father  in  his  life  time  & 
also  mary  the  sum  of  30  shillings  30 

which  in  all  amounts  to 


0     43        12 


60 


0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

25 


10 


0 


The  sura  Totall  of  the  estate  after  Debts  &  Charges 
of  Administration  Taken  out  amounts  to 
60     7     0  to  which  add  what  hath  been  given 
by  their  father  in  his  life  time  makes  85        17  0 

which  being  Divided  into  7  parts  makes  to  each  Child 

the  sum  of  12  5  3  whereof  Desire  the  wife  of  John  Kingman 
hath  had  8  0  0  so  so  there  Remains  Due  to  her  4  5  3 :  &  Jane 
the  wife  of  Palatiah  Smith  hath  had  8  0  0  Remains  due  to  her 
4  5  3  &  Susanna  Nuland  hath  had  8  0  0  Remains  Due  to  her 
4  5  3  And  to  Mary  who  hath  had  30  shillings  Remains  Due  to 
her  10  15  3  &  to  Mercy  her  portion  is  12  5  3  And  to  Benjamin 
his  portion  is  12  5  3  &  Martha  her  portion  is  12  5  3; 

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here  follow  further  Charges  touching  the  apprizment  &  settling  of 
Isaac  harris  his  Lands 

To  the  Administrators  Charges   (viz)  To  Palatiah  smith  for  two 
Jorneys  to  Plymouth  &  a  day  at  Bridgewater  Oil        0 

To  John  Kingman — a  Jorney  to  Plymouth  0       3       0 

To  the  probate  office  2  warrants  of  apprizm*.    0     2     0 
To  2  citations  0     2     0 

To  swaring  the  prizers  &c  0     3     0 

To  the  settlement  of  the  Lands  0     5     0 

To  an  order  to  pay  out  the  severall  portions     0     16 
To  Recording  the  apprizm*.  settlem*.  of  ye  Lands    3     0     0     16       6 


To  the  prizen  of  the  Land 


2     16       0 


The  adminisf.  give  credit  for  2  year  income  of  ye  Land 

which  being  Deducted  1      10       0 


Remains  1       6       0 

To  pay  which  sum  Deduct  from  Each  childs  portion  4  shillings 
Know  all  men  by  these  presents  that  I  Pallatiah  Smith  adminis- 
trator to  the  Estate  of  Isaac  harris  Deceased,  have  received  this 
7  day  of  March  anno  Dom:  1710  of  Isaac  harris  the  full  sum  of 
39  pounds  in  full  for  a  Dwelling  house  &  about  20  acres  of  Land 
formerly  belonging  to  Isaac  harris  Deceased  of  Bridgwater  The 
Receipt  whereof  I  Do  acknowledg  and  the  sd  Isaac  harris  his  heirs 
Executors  Do  aquit  &  Discharge  as  witness  my  hand  the  Day  & 
year  above  writen 

Pallatiah  Smith 
Samuell  Bradford  Jun''. 
Thomas  Parris 

Memorand:  that  on  the  7th  Day  of  March  1710-11  the  above 
named  Pelatiah  Smith  acknowledged  the  above  writen  Receipt  to 
be  his  act  &  Deed  before  me 

Nathl  Thomas 
Judge  of  Probate 


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The  Will  of  Arthur'  Harris  of  Bridgewater,  Mass. 

Arthur'  Harris  {Isaac ,  Mercy*  Latham,  Susanna'  Winslow, 
Mary  Chilton,  James^)  was  born  in  Bridgewater,  Massachusetts, 
25  June,  1708;  and  died  after  27  March,  1750,  when  his  will  was 
executed,  and  before  4  June,  1750,  when  it  was  allowed.  He 
married  first,  12  November,  1730  (Mayflower  Descendant,  16:98) 
Mehitabel  Rickard;  and,  second,  about  1741,  Bethiah  Hayward. 
A  literal  copy  of  the  will  follows: 

"In  the  Name  of  God  Amen  the  twentiseveanth  Day  of  March  1750 
I  Arthur  Harris  of  Bridgwater  in  the  County  of  Plimouth  in  his 
majesties  province  of  the  massachusets  Bay  in  New  England 
yeoman  Being  very  Sick  and  Weake  in  Body  But  of  perfect  minde 
and  memory  thanks  be  given  to  God.  Therefore  Calling  unto 
minde  the  mortality  of  my  Body  and  Knowing  that  it  is  appoynted 
for  all  men  once  to  Dye  do  make  and  ordain  this  my  Last  Will 
and  Testament  that  is  to  Say  princeaply  and  first  of  all  I  give  and 
Recommend  my  Soul  into  the  hands  of  God  that  gave  it  and  my 
Body  I  Recomend  to  the  Earth  to  Be  Buried  in  a  Decent  Christian 
Burial  at  the  Discretion  of  my  Executors  notthing  Dougting  But 
at  ye  General  Resurrection  I  Shall  Receive  the  Same  again  by  the 
mighty  power  of  God  and  as  Touching  Such  Worly"*.  Estate  where- 
with it  hath  pleased  God  to  bles  me  in  this  Life  I  give  Demise  and 
dispose  of  the  Same  in  the  following  manner  and  forme — 

Imprimas — I  give  and  Bequeath  to  Bethiah  my  derly  Beloved 
Wife  whome  I  likewise  Constitute  make  and  ordain  my  Sole  Exec- 
utor of  this  my  Lat  Will  and  Testament  all  my  quick  Stock  and 
moveabel  Effects  She  paying  the  Legaces  hereafter  ment.®^ 

Item  I  give  and  Bequeath  to  Benjamin  Harris  my  Eldest  son 
Five  pounds  in  old  Tenor  vallow  to  be  paid  to  him  by  my  sd 
Executor  together  with  a  paid  of  Pestils  and  the  rest  of  his 
Trooping  furnyture. 

Item  I  give  and  Bequeath  to  Silas  Harris  my  Second  Son  a 
Twenty  acer  Lot  of  land  Lying  on  the  north  side  of  Satuckit 
River  Bounded  westerly  By  the  Lands  of  David  Hille  and  Easterly 
by  the  Lands  of  Eleazer  Washburns  also  ten  acres  Lying  on  yCi 
plain  on  ye  north  Side  of  the  Roade  a  Little  Easterly  from  the 
East  meating  House  in  sd  Bridgwater  to  him  and  his  hairs  and 
Assigns  for  Ever  as  a  perfect  and  absolute  Estate  of  Inheritance 
Excepting  a  Resarve  of  fier  Wood  for  one  fier  off  from  the  sd 
twenty  acres  Lot  to  my  Widow  as  Long  as  She  So  remains, — 

Item  I  give  and  Bequeath  unto  Luce  my  Eldest  Daughter  one 
father  Bed  and  furnyture  when  She  arrives  to  Lawfull  age — 

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Item  I  Give  to  my  two  youngest  Sons  William  and  Caleb 
Harris  a  Lot  of  meadow  at  poor  meadow  So  Called  and  upland 
on  the  north  Side  of  the  Way  at  the  Head  of  the  meadow  Lying  a 
Little  Easterly  from  Thomas  Moors  Saw  mill  in  Said  Bridgwater 
to  Be  Equaly  Devided  Bewteen  them  as  to  quantity  and  qualety 
To  be  By  them  and  their  heirs  and  assigns  peacably  and  quietly 
possessed  for  Ever  Excepting  the  use  and  Improvement  of  the 
meadow  to  my  widow  during  her  Life 

Item  I  give  and  Bequeath  to  my  two  youngest  Daughters 
Bethiah  and  Mehitibel  five  pounds  a  peace  to  be  paid  to  them  in 
old  tenor  value  when  they  Shall  arrive  to  Lawfull  age — 

I  Likewise  order  and  Direct  that  one  half  of  my  Dwelling 
house  be  for  the  use  and  Improvement  of  my  Widow  During  her 
widdowhood  also  all/my  Bills  Bonds  and  Book  Debts  and  all  other 
utencials  after  my  Just  Debts  and  funeral  Charges  are  paid  I  give 
to  my  sd  Executor  to  be  by  her  freely  possessed  and  Enjoyed  I 
Do  hereby  utterly  Disallow  revoke  and  Disannulle  all  and  Every 
other  former  Testaments  wills  Legacis  and  Bequeasts  &  Executors 
by  me  in  any  ways  Before  named  Willed  and  Bequeathed  Ratifing 
and  Confirming  this  and  nother  to  be  my  Last  will  and  Testament 
in  Witness  whereof  I  have  hereunto  Set  my  hand  and  Seal  the  Day 
and  year  above  written 

Arther  Harris  (Seal) 

Signed  Sealed  and  Publised  pronnounced  and 
Decelared  By  the  Said  Arther  Harris  as 
his  Last  Will  and  Testament  in  the  presents 
of  us  the  Subscriber^. 


Thomas  Whitman 
Samuel  Whitman 
Benjamin  Whitman 


The  Will  of  Chilton*  Latham  of  Bridgewater,  Mass. 

The  will  given  hereunder,  and  that  of  Bela*  Latham,  in  the 
next  article,  are  printed  at  the  request  of  Milton'"  and  Miss 
Edith'"  Latham,  California  Nos.  91  and  92  (see  pages  140  and 
145): 

Chilton*  Latham  (Susanna  Winslow,  Mary^  Chilton,  James^) 
was  born  about  1671,  was  married  about  1699  to  Susanna  Kingman, 
and  died  at  Bridgewater,  6  August,  1751  A  literal  copy  of  his 
will,  dated  13  June,  1748,  follows: 

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"In  the  name  of  God,  Amen: —  the  Thirteenth  day  of  June 
One  Thousand  Seven  Hundred  and  Forty  Eight.  I  Chilton 
Latham  of  Bridgewater  in  the  County  of  Plymouth  Gent™.  Being 
in  Good  Helth  of  Body  Excepting  the  Infirmitys  of  Old  Age  but 
of  Perfect  Mind  and  Memory  Thanks  be  given  to  God  theirfor 
Calling  unto  mind  the  mortality  of  my  Body  and  Knowing  that  it 
is  Appointed  for  all  Men  once  to  Dye  Do  Make  &  Ordain  this  My 
Last  Will  &  Testament  that  is  to  say  Principally  and  First  of  all 
I  give  and  recomend  my  soule  Into  the  Hands  of  God  that  Gave  it 
and  my  Body  I  recomend  to  the  Earth  to  be  hurried  in  a  Christian 
Like  and  Decant  Manner  at  the  Discretion  of  my  Executor  Noth- 
ing Doughting  but  the  Generall  Resurection  I  shall  Receive  the 
same  again  by  the  Mity  Power  of  God  and  as  to  such  worldly 
Estate  as  it  hath  Pleased  God  to  Bless  me  with  in  this  life  Which 
What  Remains  unsettled  I  Dispose  of  as  Follows 

Imprimas — I  give  and  Bequeath  unto  Susanna  My  well  beloved 
Wife  my  best  Fether  Bed  and  Furniture  With  the  Bedstead  and 
Iron  Hangings  belonging  to  it  unto  her  &  her  heirs  forever. 

Item — I  give  and  bequeath  unto  my  son  Charles  Latham  besides 
what  I  have  allredy  given  him  a  Peace  of  Meddow  in  Bridgwater 
Afores^.  Lying  between  Petucket  River  so  called  and  the  upland 
which  formerly  belonged  to  Josiah  Allen  Deceased  I  say  unto  him 
and  to  his  Heirs  and  Assigns  forever. 

Item — I  Give  and  Bequeath  unto  my  son  James  Latham  my  next 
best  Fether  bed  and  beding  belonging  to  it  to  him  &  to  his  Heirs 
forever  besids  what  I  have  Allredy  Given  Him. 
Item — I  Give  and  Bequeath  unto  my  son  Robart  Latham  whom  I 
likewise  Constitute  make  and  Ordain  my  Only  and  sole  Executor 
of  this  my  last  Will  and  Testament  and  to  his  heirs  and  Assigns 
forever  my  Half  Purches  right  in  the  undivided  lands  in  the  eighth 
milds  squairs  in  the  Township  of  Bridgwater  and  other  Fether 
Bed  &  Bedding  and  also  all  my  Quick  Stocks  After  the  Decase  of 
my  wife  if  she  should  out  live  me  it  is  also  my  will  that  he  should 
keep  Two  Cows  for  my  wife  During  her  Natural  Life  I  likewise 
Give  unto  him  and  so  forth  my  Iron  speit  and  one  Iron  Trammel 
Item — I  give  &  bequeath  to  m}'^  son  Joseph  Latham  besides  what  I 
have  allredy  given  him  Twenty  shillings  Old  Tenor  to  be  paid  to 
him  or  to  his  Haers  by  my  Executor  aforenamed 
Item — I  give  and  bequeath  unto  my  two  grandchildren  Nehemiah 
Latham  &  Jean  Latham  five  shillings  apeace  Old  Tenor  to  be  paid 
to  them  by  my  said  Executor  besides  what  I  have  giA-^en  to  their 
Father  Arthur  Latham  Dec**,  by  Deed  of  Gift  After  my  decease  & 

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it  is  my  desire  &  will  that  the  said  Nehemiah  shall  have  Two  third 
part*  of  all  the  Estate  Contained  in  said  Deed  &  the  said  Jane  the 
other  third  part  thereof 

Item — I  give  and  bequeath  to  my  Daughter  Susanna  Wade  the 
wife  of  Thomas  Waid  Ju^.  of  Bridgwater  besides  what  I  have  all- 
redy  given  her  all  my  Brass  &  Puter  &  Wooden  &  Earthen  Wair 
With  all  my  other  indore  Movables  which  I  have  not  before  in  this 
will  given  away,  I  say  unto  her  &  to  her  heirs  forever. 
Item — I  give  and  bequeath  to  My  Daughter  Mary  Allen  the  Wife 
of  Jonathan  Allen  of  Bridgwater  besides  what  I  have  allredy  given 
her  my  Negro  Garle  named  Dina  after  the  decease  of  my  wife  if 
she  should  out  live  me  she  paying  to  her  Brother  James  Eatham 
or  to  his  Heirs  ten  pounds  Old  Tenor  at  the  Time  of  her  Receiving 
said  Negro  Garl  I  say  unto  her  and  to  her  heirs  and  assigns 
forever. 

And  I  do  hereby  utterly  Disallow  Revoke  &  Disanul  all  and 
Every  other  Will  and  Testament  by  me  heretofore  made  Ratfying 
and  Confirming  this  and  No  other  to  be  my  last  Will  and  Testa- 
ment 

I  Wittness  Whereof  I  have  here  unto  set  my  hand  and  seal 
the  day  &  year  above  written 

Chilton  Latham   {Seal) 

Signed  Sealed  Published  Pronounced  and  Declared  by  the  said 
Chilton  Latham  as  His  Last  Will  and  Testament  in  the  Presents 
of  us  the 
Subscribers   (viz) 

Daniel  Johnson 

Abner  Harris 

Thomas  Latham 

The  above  will  was  proved  2nd  March,  1752 


The  Will  of  Bela*  Latham  of  Ohio 

Bela*  Latham  (Arthur,^  Nehemiah*  Arthur,^  Chilton*  Susanna 
Winslow,  Mary'  Chilton,  James^)  was  born  at  Lyme,  New  Hamp- 
shire, 23  May,  1794,  and  died  at  Columbus,  Ohio,  21  April,  1848. 
His  will  is  recorded  in  the  Probate  Court,  Franklin  County,  Ohio, 
in  Will  Record  C,  page  25.  The  records  show  (Adm.  Doc,  page 
439)  that  on  18  May,  1848,  Allen  Latham  and  David  W.  Deshler 
were  appointed  executors  of  the  last  will  and  testament  of  Bela 
Latham,   deceased.      The   bond   fixed   was   $30,000,   with   Wm.    S. 

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Sullivant  and  J.  M.  McKee  as  sureties.  The  will  was  proved  18 
May,  1848,  and  the  final  account  settled  18  December,  1865.  The 
following  is  a  literal  copy  of  the  will: 

"In  the  name  of  the  Benevolent  Father  of  all,  I,  Bela  Latham, 
of  City  of  Columbus,  in  the  State  of  Ohio,  do  make  and  publish 
this   my   last   will   and   testament. 

"Item.  I  give  and  devise  to  my  beloved  wife,  Rosanna 
Latham,  in  lieu  of  her  dower  in  Lot  No.  647  in  this  City,  also 
all  the  household  furniture  farming  stock  and  utensils,  together 
with  the  growing  crop  of  the  home  place,  my  interest  in  the 
nursery,  and  Five  Hundred  Dollars  in  money. 

Item.  For  the  education  and  support  of  my  four  minor  sons 
during  their  said  minority,  I  give  and  devise  to  my  son,  James 
Latham,  Twelve  Hundred  Dollars ;  to  my  son,  Allen  Latham, 
Fifteen  Hundred  Dollars ;  to  my  son,  Frank  B.  Latham,  the  sum 
of  Fifteen  Hundred  Dollars ;  to  my  son,  Edward  H.  Latham, 
Fifteen  Hundred  Dollars. 

Item.  I  do  hereby  authorize  and  empower  my  executors  to 
this  my  last  will  to  sell  by  private  sale,  or  in  such  manner,  upon 
such  terms  of  credit  or  otherwise  as  they  may  think  proper,  all 
or  any  of  my  real  estate  and  Deeds  to  purchasers  to  execute, 
acknowledge  and  deliver  in  Fee  Simple;  and  I  do  further  authorize 
said  executors  to  sell  all  or  any  of  my  stage  stock  or  other  per- 
sonal property  not  herein  devised,  and  to  compromise,  adjust, 
release  and  discharge  in  such  manner  as  they  may  deem  proper, 
all  debts  and  claims  due  me. 

Item.  It  is  my  will  that  my  just  debts  and  all  charges  be 
first  paid  out  of  the  proceeds  of  such  sales  or  collections ;  (2d) 
That  the  money  specially  devised  to  my  four  minor  children  be 
paid  to  their  guardian  or  guardians  as  often  and  in  such  sums  as 
they  may   require. 

"Item.  It  is  my  will  that  after  making  the  said  foregoing 
provisions  the  proceeds  of  all  sales  of  land,  stocks,  etc.,  then 
remaining  shall  be  divided  by  my  executors  into  eight  equal  shares 
as  often  as  may  be  convenient,  and  paid  over  one  eight  part  to 
'my  wife,  one  eight  part  to  my  daughter,  Mary  C.  McKee,  and 
one  eight  part  to  each  of  my  sons,  William  A.  Latham,  Milton  S. 
Latham,*  James  H.  Latham,  Allen  Latham,  Edward  H.  Latham, 
and    Frank    B.    Latham ;    and    should    either   of    said    children    die 


*  The  Hon.  Milton  S.  Latham,  who  was  inaugurated  Governor  of  Cali- 
fornia 9  January,  1860,  resigned  14  January,  1860,  was  elected  United  .States 
Senator  by  the  Legislature  of  California  11  January,  1S60,  and  served  until 
4  March,  1863. 

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without  issue  prior  to  said  distribution,  it  is  my  will  that  his  or 
her  legacy  or  distributive  share  shall  be  apportioned  and  dis- 
tributed equally  among  my  surviving  children. 

Item.  I  do  hereby  nominate  and  appoint  my  brother,  Allen 
Latham,  guardian  of  my  sons,  James  H.,  Allen,  Edward  H., 
Frank  B.,  until  they  severally  arrive  at  the  age  of  twenty-one 
years,  the  three  last  to  remain  with  their  mother  until  they  are 
eight  years  old  if  convenient,  or  longer  if  their  education  can  be 
properly  attended  to  by  so  doing. 

Item.  I  give  and  bequeath  to  my  nephew,  Arthur  Latham, 
One  Hundred  Dollars  as  some  return  for  his  kindness  and  atten- 
tion during  my  sickness  in  Cleveland. 

Item.  I  do  hereby  nominate  and  appoint  my  brother,  Allen 
Latham,  and  my  friend,  David  W.  Deshler,  executors  of  this  my 
last  will  and  testament. 

In  testimony  whereof  I  have  hereunto  set  my  hand  and  seal 
this  8th  day  of  April,  A.  D.  1848. 

(Signed)     B.  Latham. 
Two  witnesses. 


Some  Descendants  of  Bethiah*  (Pratt)  Cartwright 

Bethiah*  Pratt  {Joseph^,  Mary'  Priest,  Degory^),  born  Charles- 
town,  Mass.,  11  February,  1679-80,  married  Sampson  Cartwright, 
of  Nantucket,  Mass.,  and  had: 

Alice'  Cartwright,  born  21  Apl.,  1702,  died  21,  10,  1767,  mar- 
ried David  Gwinn,  of  Salem. 
Hazadiah^   Cartwright,    born    11    Januarj'^,    1707,    died    15,    5, 
1791,  married  Abigail,  daughter  Dr.  Joseph  and  Tabitha 
Brown,  and  had: 
Priscilla"    Cartwright,   born    Nantucket,    Mass.,    27    Oct., 

1733,  died  single. 
James'  Cartwright,  born  26  June,  1735,  married  (1)  Ruth 

Gardner,  and  (2)   Love  Macy. 
Rachel'  Cartwright,  born  9  Aug.',   1737,  died  3,  7,   1776, 

married  Jabez  Macy. 
Mary'  Cartwright,  born' 29  Nov.,  1739,  died  22,  5,  1819, 

married  Ebenezer  Coffin. 

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Abigail'  Cartwright,  born  15  July,  1741,  died  27,  9,  1826, 

married  Barnabas  Gardner. 
Joseph'  Cartwright,  born  27  June,  1743,  died  unmarried. 
Jonathan'  Cartwright,  born   22  Apl.,    1745,  died    10,   12, 

1789,  married  Deborah  Macy. 
Thomas'  Cartwright,  born  29  Nov.,  1746,  died  at  sea. 
Benjamin'  Cartwright,  born  15  Nov.,  1748,  died  13  Jan., 

1812,  married  (1)  Elizabeth  Bunker,  and  (2)  Abigail 

Paddock. 
Bethiah'  Cartwright,  born  5  Oct.,  1750,  died  10,  1,  1793, 

married  John  Macy. 
John'  Cartwright,  born  30  Aug.,  1752,  died  22,  4,  1837, 

married  Mary  Starbuck. 
William'  Cartwright,  born  13  Dec,  1755,  died  at  sea,  7th 

month,  1813 
Seth°  Cartwright,  born   8  Jan.,   1760,  died   29,  3,   1811, 

married  Polly  ,  in  Virginia. 

Jonathan'  Cartwright,  born  22  Apl.,  1745,  married  Deborah, 
daughter  of  Robert  Macy,  born  13th,  12th  month,  1749,  died 
30,  4,  1771,  and  had: 

Deborah'  Cartwright,  born  Nantucket,  18  Sept.,  1770 

Deborah'  Cartwright,  born  Nantucket,  Mass.,  18  Sept.,  1770, 
died  27  Sept.,  1848,  married  Thomas,  son  of  John  and  Mary  Swain, 
born  Nantucket,  14  July,  1769,  died  in  West  Indies,  February, 
1801,  and  had: 

Sarah*  Swain,  born  18  July,  1790,  died  13,  3,  1824,  married 
John  W.  Macy. 

Thomas  H.'  Swain,  born  9  March,  1792,  died  19,  12,  1849, 
married  (1)  Lucretia  Hussey,  and  (2)  Betsey  Hussej'. 

Lucy*  Swain,  born  8  February,  1794,  died  21,  11,  1865, 
married  (l)  Thomas  Mitchell,  (2)  John  R.  Macy  and 
(3)  William  B.  Coffin. 

Eliza*  Swain,  born  11  Feb.,  1796,  died  15,  1,  1819,  married 
Edward  Macy. 

Lydia*  Swain,  born  8  March,  1798,  died  23,  9,  1826,  un- 
married. 

William  C*  Swain,  born  18  May,  1801,  died  15,  5,  1885,  mar- 
ried, 28  Nov.,  1822,  Mary  Starbuck. 

The  above  record  was  transcribed  from  the  genealogical  mate- 
rial in  the  custody  of  the  Nantucket  Historical  Association,  and 
filed  with  the  papers  of  the  late  Mary  Swain'"  (Barney)  Stanley, 
California  No.  76. 

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Affidavit  of  John  Alden'  Sampson* 

San  Francisco,  March  30,  1912 
John  Alden   Sampson  makes   the   following  certificate: 
I  was  born  in  Kingston,   Mass.,  on  October  3,   1831    and  am 
the  son  of  Constant'  Sampson,  born  December  26,  1798,  who  mar- 
ried Jan.  9,  1821  Patience  Washburn,  born  April  30,  1801      Their 
children  were  the   following: 

1.  Harvey*  Sampson,  born   Feb.   22,   1822,  married   Caroline 

Cook,  daughter  of  Robert  Cook,  and  had  children: 
(1)  Fanny"  Sampson,  married  Edwin  Sargent,  now 
of  Piedmont,  California,  and  has  sons,  Lj'^man'", 
Howard*",  and  Alden'*  Sargent.  (2)  George"  Samp- 
son, married  Katherine   Hatfield.      No  children. 

2.  Patience"    Sampson,    born    April    2,    1826,    married    John 

Burnham  and  had  children  (two  sons  died  without 
issue):  (1)  Henry  Burnham,  South  Braintree,  Mass., 
married  .  No  children.  (2)  Prescott  Burn- 
ham, New  York  City,  married .     I  think  there 

are  no  children. 

3.  George'  Sampson,  born  April  22,  1829,  died  ten  or  twelve 

years  ago,  unmarried. 

4.  John  Alden*  Sampson,  this  affiant,  born  October  3,   1831, 

married  Marcia  D.  McKenzie,  daughter  Alexander 
McKenzie,  and  had:  (1)  Mary  Lydia  Edgerton" 
Sampson,  born  1858,  married  Lewis  B.  Harris,  Jr., 
now  of  San  Diego,  California,  and  has  children: 
Marcia  Eudora"  Harris,  born  April,  1888,  Mary 
Adele'"  Harris,  born  Oct.  12,  1890,  John  Alden"'" 
Harris,  born  Oct.,  1895,  and  Gertrude  Evelyn'"  Har- 
ris, born  1898 

5.  Rebecca*   Sampson,  born   October   30,    1835,   married,   but 

died  soon  afterward,  leaving  no  children. 

6.  Philip'  Sampson,  born  April  23,   1838,  married,  I   think, 

Myra  Edson,  and  had  children:  (1)  Frank"  Sampson, 
married.  No  children  (1911)  and  (2)  Ann,  un- 
married. He  came  to  California,  but  afterward 
returned  to  Massachusetts. 

7.  Augusta   Ann*   Sampson,   born   August   30,    1840,   married 

William  T.  Tribble  of  Kingston,  Mass.,  living  in 
Berkeley,    California,    1911,    and    had    children     (1) 


♦Deceased.     See  record  of  California  No.  65,  pages  104-5. 

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George*  Tribble,  married  Katherine  Schaunlofell, 
and  has  one  son,  Chester  F/"  Tribble;  (2)  Frank* 
Tribble,  married  Sarah  A.  Colcord,  no  children ;  and 
Henry'  Tribble,   unmarried. 

My  father,  Constant'  Sampson,  had  the  following  brothers 
and  sisters: 

1.  Rebecca    Alden'    Sampson,   born    May    11,    1800,    married 

Thomas  Ripley,  of  Kingston,  Mass.,  and  had  two 
sons  and  three  daughters. 

2.  Mary  Wakefield'  Sampson,  born  April  27,   1802,  married 

Thomas  Peterson,  of  Duxbury,  Mass.,  and  had  one 
son  and  five  or  six  daughters. 

3.  Alden'   Sampson,   born   April    23,    1804,    married    Dec.    2, 

1827,  Mary  W.  Symmes,  and  had  children:  (1)  Mari- 
anna*  Sampson,  born  Nov.  2,  1832,  married,  no  chil- 
dren; (2)  Winslow*"  Sampson,  born  Dec.  26,  1843, 
married,  and  had  one  daughter. 

4.  Ruth    Crocker'    Sampson,    born    Dec.    21,    1806,    married 

Marshall  Peterson,  and  had  four  or  five  children. 

5.  Maria'   Sampson,  born   Seopt.   30,    1808,  married   Brazier 

Brastow,  of  Brewer,  Maine.  I  have  no  further 
knowledge. 

6.  Philander'  Sampson,  born  July    14,    1811,  married   Sarah 

Chandler,  and  had:  (1)  John  Thomas*  Sampson, 
married,  and   (2)   Ann  Maria*  Sampson,  married. 

7.  Welthea'    Sampson,    born    Jan.    7,    1814,    married    Percy 

Woodward,  of  Damariscotta,  Maine,  and  had  chil- 
dren. 

8.  Julia  Ann'  Sampson,  born  April  24,  1818,  married  Josiah 

Tillson,  and  had  children. 

9.  Hiram'  Sampson,  born  Dec.  2,  1820,  married  first,  Welther 

Drew,  and  had  a  daughter,  Katy'  Sampson;  and 
married,  second,  Sarah  Paine,  and  had  two  sons, 
William  Alden*  Sampson  and  another. 

I  further  certify  that  I  have  consulted  my  sister,  Augusta 
Ann  (Sampson)  Tribble,  with  reference  to  the  record  submitted 
herein,  and  the  same  is  as  accurate  and  complete  as  it  can  now 
be  made,  at  so  great  a  distance  from  our  birthplace. 

John  Alden  Sampson. 


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Certificate  of  Paul  Harte"  Bosworth,*  San  Francisco 

Paul  Harte  Bosworth,  being  duly  sworn,  deposes  and  says: 
I  was  born  in  the  city  of  San  Francisco,  14  August,  1872,  and 
am  the  son  of  Henry  Martyn"  Bosworth  and  his  wife,  Virginia" 
Wise.  I  certify  that  the  following  is  a  literal  copy  of  a  family 
record  in  my  possession,  and  that  the  persons  named  therein,  and 
the  facts  stated,  were  personally  known  to  one  or  both  of  my 
parents,  who  were  first  cousins,  grandchildren  of  Martin  and 
Deborah   Freeman    (Hinckley)    Wells,   referred   to   hereunder: 


WELLS. 

Married  at  Marblehead,  Mass.,  Augt.  27,  1808 

Martin  Wells  of  Colchester,  Conn,  to  Deborah  Freeman  Hinckley 

of  Marblehead,  by  Rev.   James  Bowers. 
Married  at  Tuscaloosa,  Ala.  May  17,  1838 
Mr.    Daniel    P.    Bosworth    merchant    of    Marietta,    Ohio,    to    Miss 

Deborah  T.  Wells,  by  Rev.  Mr.  Williams. 
Married  in  Tuscaloosa,  Ala.,  Oct.   15,  1838 
Mr.  James  A.  Wise  to  Miss  Mary  Hinckley  Wells  by  the  Rev.  Mr. 

Williams. 
Married  in  Cape  Elizabeth,  Maine,  Jany.  2,  1843 
Mr.   William   R.   Wells  to   Miss   Emily   D.   Jordan,  by   Rev.   Mr. 

Pierce. 
Married  in  Gill,  Franklin  Co.  Mass.,  Oct.  21,  1847 
Mr.  Geo.  H.  Wells  to  Miss  Urania  S.  Richards  by  Rev.  Mr.  Miller. 
Married  in  Marietta,  O.  Sept.  5,  1849 
Mr.  Martin  P.  Wells  to  Miss  Harriet  M.  Butler,  by  Rev.  D.  W. 

Talford. 
Married  in  Trinity  Ch.  New  York.  April  28,  1859 
Mr.  Charles  Bourne  Wells  to  Cornelia  A.  van  Zandt. 


BIRTHS 

Martin  Wells,  in  Colchester,  Conn.  June  24,  1782 

Deborah  F.  Hinckley,  wife  of  Martin  Wells  at  Marblehead,  Mass. 

Apl.  27,  1790 
Deborah  Tasker  Wells,  at  Marblehead,  Mass.  Feby.  5,  1810 
Baptized  in  April  by  Rev.  Jas.  Bowers. 
William  Reed  Wells,  at  Marblehead,  Mass.  Jany.  30,  1812 


*See  line  of  descent,  page  167. 

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Mary  Hinckley  Wells,  at  Marblehead,  Mass.  Dec.  10,  1813.     Bap- 
tized the   following  July   with   William   by  the    Rev.   Jno.   C. 
Henshaw. 
George  Henry  Wells  at  Portland,  Maine,  Feby.   19,   1816 
Lucia  Ann  Wells  at  Cape  Elizabeth,  Me.  Nov.  26,   1818 
Martin  Pomeroy  Wells  at  Cape  Elizabeth,  Me.  June  9,  1821 
Franklin  Otis  Wells  at  Cape  Elizabeth,  Me.  Oct.  27,  1823 
Edward  Freeman  Wells  at  Cape  Elizabeth,  Me.  Apl.  27,  1826 
Charles  Bourne  Wells  at  Cape  Elizabeth,  Me.  Oct.  22,  1832 
The  last  five  sons  baptized  in  the  spring  of   1835  at  Cape  Eliza- 
beth by  Rev.  J.  G.  Merrill. 
Henry   Martyn  Bosworth,   first  son   of   Danl.   P.   and   Deborah   T. 

Bosworth,  born  at  Marietta,  O.  Dec.  12,  1839 
Daniel  Perkins  Bosworth  second  son  of  Danl.  P.  and  Deborah  T. 

Bosworth,  at  Marietta,  O.  August  11,  1841 
Francke  Huntington  Bosworth,  third  son  of  D.  P.  and  D.  T.  Bos- 
worth at  Marietta,  O.  Jany.  25,  1843 
George  Wells  Bosworth  fourth  son  of  D.  P.  and  D.  T.  Bosworth 

at  Marietta,  O.  April  28,   1845 
Tasker  Bourne  Bosworth,  son  of  Danl.  P.  and  Lucia  A.  Bosworth, 
at  Marietta,  O.,  Dec.  2,  1848 


DEATHS 

Died   May   30,    1810   Deborah   Bourne,   aged   77,   grandmother   to 

Deborah  F.  Wells 
Died   Nov.   7,   1841,  at  Marietta,  O.   Deborah   F.   Wells,  wife   of 

Martin  Wells,  aged  51  years. 
Died  Oct.  1,  1845  at  Marietta,  O.  Deborah  T.  Wells  Bosworth. 
Died    at    Cape    Ehzabeth,    Me.    Feby.    19,    1851,    Martin    Wells, 

aged  68 
Died  at  Fairfield,  Iowa,  Edward  F.  Wells,  May  6,  1855,  aged  29 
Died  at  Clifton  Springs,  N.  Y.,  Urania  S.  R.  Wells,  July  31,  1858, 

aged  38  years. 
Died  at  Longview  Asylum,  O.,  Franklin  O.  Wells,  Oct.   3,   1870, 

aged  47  years. 
Died  at  Marietta,  Ohio,  Charles  Bourne  Wells,  Dec.  23,  1885,  aged 

53  years. 
Died  at  Fairfield,  Iowa,  Emily  D.  Wells,  Nov.  30,  1879 
Died  at  Marietta,  Ohio,  George  H.  Wells,  July  18,  1886,  aged  70 

years. 
Died  at  Fairfield,  Iowa,  Capt.  Wm.  R.  Wells,  Jany.  5,  1888,  aged 

75  years. 


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Died  at   Marietta,  Ohio,  Martin   R.   Wells,  Sept.   27,   1894,   aged 

73  years. 
Died  at   Marietta,  Ohio,  George   Wells   Bosworth,  Mch.    17,   1858, 

aged  12  years 
Died  at  San  Francisco,  Cal.  Mary  Hinckley  Wise,  Jan.    1,   1898, 

aged  84  years,  about   11   o'clock  P.   M. 
Henry  Martyn  Bosworth  died  in  San  Francisco  at  St.  Winifred's 

Hospital,  Sutter  St.  near  Larkin  at  the  age  of  65,  6  months, 

16  days,  June  30th,  11  P.  M. 

I  further  certify  that,  in  another  part  of  the  same  book,  the 
original  sheets  from  a  family  bible  have  been  pasted  for  reference, 
containing  the  following  entries,  in  the  handwriting  of  Mary 
Hinckley  (Wells)  Wise: 


FAMILY     RECORD 

Marriages. 

Mary   H.   Wells   and  James   W^ise  married  Oct.   5,    1838 
Virginia  Wise  and  Henry  Bosworth,  Dec.   1865 
Kate  Wise  and  P.  Spade,  married  April  23,  1871 
Louise  Wise  and  A.  T.  Smith,  May   13,  1873 

Births. 

James  Wise,  born  Sept.  1810 
Mary  H.  Wells,  Born  Dec.   10,  1813 
William  B.  W.  Wise,  born  Aug.  24,  1839 
Virginia  Wise,  born  June  22,  1841 
Louise  Wise,  born  Dec.  24,   1842 
Cornelia  Wise,  born  Aug.  22,  1845 
Annie  Wise,  born  Sep.  6,  1847 
Kate  Wise,  born  Oct.  15,  1849 

Births. 

James  Wise,  born  September  1810 
M.  H.  Wise,  Born  Dec.   10,  1813 
W.  B.  West  Wise,  born  Aug.   24,   1839 
Virginia  Wise,  Born  June  22,  1841 
Louise  Wise,  Born  Dec.  23,  1842 
Cornelia  Wise,  born  July  27,  1845 
Anne  Wise,  born  Sep.  6,  1847 
Kate  Wise,  Born  Oct.  15,  1849 


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Deaths. 

James  Wise,  died  Nov.  13,  1875 
Cornelia  Wise,  died  Sep.  8,  187 —  (torn) 
W.  B.  West,  died  Aug.  22,  18—  (torn) 
Kate  Wise  Spade  died  Jan  18  (torn) 
Hellen  Wise  Bosworth  died  (torn) 

Oct.  3,  1875 
Leila  V.  Spade,  drowned 

July  28,  1887 
Ann  Wise  died  June  30  (torn) 

Note.  This  page  was  mutilated  when  cut  from  the  Bible,  but 
memoranda  in  my  grandmother's  note  book  showed  that  W.  B.  West 
died  August  22,  1841,  and  Ann  Wise  died  June  30,  1847 

Paul  Harte  Bosworth. 


San  Francisco,  October  7,  1912 


Thomas*   Cushman,   of   Lebanon,    Connecticut 

One  of  the  first  results  of  the  careful  work  done  in  connection 
with  the  verification  of  lines  submitted  by  applicants  for  member- 
ship in  the  Society  of  Mayflower  Descendants  (more  particularly 
by  the  Massachusetts  Society)  has  been  the  discovery  of  the  names 
of  additional  children,  when  wills  and  other  records  have  been 
compared  with  printed  lists  of  the  different  families.  Such  omis- 
sions have  occurred  in  earlier,  as  well  as  later  generations.  Many 
hundred  cards  have  been  sent  out  by  this  Society  to  persons  resid- 
ing in  Pacific  Coast  States,  whose  names  implied  that  they  might 
be  descended  from  Mayflower  passengers ;  and  one  of  these  was 
responded  to  by  Mr.  James  Thomas  Cushman,  of  Seattle,  Wash- 
ington, who  submitted  a  line  of  descent  which  could  not  be  made 
to  agree  with  the  material  printed  in  the  Cushman  Genealogy 
(1855).  To  his  intelligent  interest  and  perseverance  must  be 
attributed  the  discovery  of  an  hitherto  unknown  grandson  of  John 
Howland,  and  great-grandson  of  Isaac  Allerton.  Under  date  of 
15  September,  1916,  Mr.  Cushman  wrote:  "I  am  sure  that  the 
California  Society  may  justly  claim  the  credit  of  starting  the 
search  which  ended  successfully  in  the  discovery  of  another  son 
of  Thomas  and  Ruth  (Howland)  Cushman.  Until  I  received  the 
card   you   sent   me,    I    had   never   thought   of   running   this    matter 

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down;  but  when  once  started,  I  determined  to  persevere  until  I 
should  find  that  success  was  impossible.  The  final  link  was  dis- 
covered through  the  efforts  of  a  distant  kinsman  of  mine,  Mr. 
Theodore  P.  Adams,  of  Plymouth,  Massachusetts,  who  kindly 
examined  the  land  records."  Mr.  Cushman  is  a  member  of  the 
Washington  Society  of  Mayflower  Descendants,  and  has,  very 
kindly,  furnished  the  California  Society  with  copies  of  some  of 
the  records  which  have  established  his  descent. 

According  to  the  Cushman  Genealogy  (page  100),  Thomas 
Cushman  {Mary'  Allerton,  Isaac)  was  "born  16  Sept.,  1637, 
married  1st,  Ruth  Rowland,  daughter  of  John  Rowland,  one  of 
the  old  comers,  17  Nov.,  1664  She  was  living  when  her  father's 
Will  was  made,  29  May,  1672,  and  as  he  was  married  the  second 
time  in  1679,  his  first  wife  must  have  died  between  those  dates. 
He  married,  2nd,  Abigail  Fuller  of  Rehoboth,  16  Oct.,  1679  He 
and  his  2nd  wife  were  members  of  the  Church  at  Plympton."  On 
pages  124  and  125,  the  Genealogy  states  that  Thomas^  Cushman 
had  one  son,  Robert*  Cushman,  by  his  first  wife,  born  4  Oct.,  1664; 
and,  by  his  second  wife,  Job*  Cushman,  born  about  1680,  Bartholo- 
mew* Cushman,  born  1684,  Samuel*  Cushman,  born  16  July,  1687, 
and  Benjamin*  Cushman,  born  1691  As  yet,  we  have  learned  of 
no  claim  that  Thomas'  Cushman  had  daughters;  but,  since  his 
first  wife  lived  for  at  least  eight  years  after  their  marriage,  it  is 
not  unlikely  that  the  names  of  other  children  will  be  found  in  the 
records. 

Thomas  and  Mary^  (Allerton)  Cushman  had  four  sons, 
Thomas\  Isaac'',  Elkanah'  and  Eleazer',  all  of  whom  were  married; 
but,  according  to  the  Cushman  Genealogy,  none  of  these  had  a 
son  Thomas  Hence,  as  Elder  Thomas  Cushman  died  at  Plymouth, 
11  December,  1691,  the  following  deed  must  have  been  executed 
by  his  son,  Thomas'  Cushman  {Plymouth  County  Registry  of 
Deeds,  Book  4,  page  167)  : 

"To  all  Christian  People,  to  whom  these  Presents  shall  come, 
Thomas  Cushman  of  the  Towne  of  Plimouth,  in  the  County  of 
Plymouth  in  New  England,  sendeth  Greeting,  &c. 

"Know  yee  that  I  the  sd  Thomas  Cushman,  for  &  in  consid- 
eration of  the  full  &  inst  sum  of  one  hundred  &  seven  Pounds  & 
tenn  shillings  Currant  Money  of  New  England  aforesaid  To  me  in 
hand  by  Thomas  Loring  of  Plimouth  in  ye  County  of  Plimouth 
Aforesaid  well  &  truly  paid,  with  wch  said  sum  I  acknowledge 
myself  to  be  fully  contented  satisfied  &  paid  &  thereof  &  of  every 


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part  and  parcel  thereof  doe  clearly  Acquitt  Exonerate  &  Discharge 
the  sd  Thomas  Loring  his  heirs  Executrs  administrs  forever  by 
these  presents  have  given  granted  bargained  sold  aliened  enfeofed 
&  confirmed  &  by  these  presents  for  me  &  my  heirs  doe  freely 
clearly  and  Absolutely  give  grant  sell  aliene  enfeofe  &  confirme 
unto  the  sd  Thomas  Loring  his  heirs  &  Assigns  forever  all  that 
my  Lott  of  land  lying  &  being  in  the  Township  of  Duxboro  Con- 
taining Twenty  Acres  more  or  less,  viz:  five  Acres  Adjoyning  to 
the  Lands  of  John  Trasy,  being  the  Spott  upon  which  my  son, 
Thomas  Cushman,  hath  built,  &  is  bounded  as  followeth,  viz: 
toward  the  east  by  the  lands  of  Elisha  Wadsworth,  towards  the 
south  alsoe  by  the  Land  of  sd  Wadsworth,  towards  the  West  by 
the  high  way  or  County  Road,  and  towards  the  North  by  the 
Land  of  sd  Trasy,  extending  Eastward  from  sd  Road  Thirty  two 
Rods  in  length  and  extending  Southward  from  sd  Trasys  land 
for  its  bredth  twenty  five  Rods  to  a  way  sett  out  by  sd  Wadsworth 
for  his  own  use.  Also  fiveteen  Acres  more  (be  it  more  or  less) 
lying  upon  Jones  River  &  bounded  as  followeth  viz.  bounded  on 
the  east  by  land  of  sd  Elisha  Wadsworth  by  an  heap  of  Stones 
at  the  northeast  Corner  and  Another  heap  of  Stones  at  ye  South- 
east Corner  being  twenty  Rods  in  breadth  bounded  on  ye  North 
by  the  lands  of  Elisha  Bradford  on  the  west  by  the  Meadow  of 
Thomas  Cushman  of  Duxboro  &  on  the  South  by  sd  Jones's  River 
and  the  Land  of  sd  Wadsworth.  Together  with  all  my  Right 
title  or  interest  in  or  unto  the  sd  granted  &  bargained  premises 
with  all  &  singular  the  Rights  priviledges  and  Appurtenances 
thereunto  belonging  or  in  any  wise  Appertaining.  To  have  &  to 
hold  the  sd  five  Acres  &  the  sd  fiveteen  Acres  of  Land  within  the 
Limitts  above  expressed  with  all  the  housing  fences  fencing  wood 
timber  and  all  whatsoever  Upon  sd  Lands  as  alsoe  all  my  Right 
title  or  Interest  in  or  unto  any  Common  or  Undevided  lands  in 
the  township  of  Duxboro  aforesd. 

"Unto  him  the  sd  Thomas  Loringe  his  heirs  &  Assigns  forever 
unto  his  &  theire  only  Proper  use  &  behoof  forever.  And  I  the 
sd  Thomas  Cushman  for  myself  my  heirs  Executrs  &  Administratrs 
to  &  with  the  sd  Thomas  Loring  his  heirs  &  Assignes  Doe  Cove- 
nant &  Promis  in  manner  &  forme  following,  vizt.  that  att  the 
time  of  Ensealing  &  till  the  perfecting  hereof  I  am  the  proper 
&  Lawfull  owner  of  sd  bargained  premises  And  that  I  have  good 
Rightfull  Power  &  lawfull  Authority  to  sell  assure  &  Confirme 
the  same  in  manner  &  forme  as  above  expressed,  and  that  the  sd 
bargained  Premises  are  free  &  Clear  &  clearly  Acquitted  of  &  from 
all   other   &   former   gifts   grants   bargains   sales   titles    troubles   & 


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Incumbrances  what  soever  by  me  hertofr  had  made  done  or  suferd 
to  be  done  or  by  any  other  person  or  persons  whatsoever  by  or 
with  my  Consent  allowance  cause  means  privity  or  procurement. 
And  I  doe  hereby  Warrant  to  maintaine  the  Sale  abovesd.  &  the  sd 
Thomas  Loring  his  heirs  &  Assignes  in  his  &  their  Peacable 
enjoyment  of  the  Premises  for  ever  to  defend  against  my  self 
my  heirs  &  assignes  &c.  every  other  Person  &  Persons  Lawfully 
claiming  any  Right  title  or  Interest  in  or  unto  the  same  or  any 
part  or  parcell  therof. 

"In  Wittness  whereof  I  have  hereunto  sett  my  hand  &  seall 
this  third  day  of  February  Anno  Domini  One  Thousand  Seven 
hundred  and  two 

Signed,  sealed  &  delivered  Thomas  Cushman  (Seal) 

in  the  Presence  of  us 

Thomas  Cushman  Jr. 

Ariel  Fuller 

Ephraim  Little  Jr. 

Plymouth  SS 

That  on  ye  5th  day  of  February  1702-3  then  the  above  named 
Thomas  Cushman  personally  appeared  &  acknowledged  the  above 
written  instrument  to  be  his  Act  &  Deed.  At  the  same  time 
Abigail  his  wife  Alsoe  appeared  &  gave  up  her  Right  in  the 
premises  before  me. 

James  Warren,  Justice  of  Peace 

The  above  record  establishes  the  fact  that  "Thomas  Cushman 
of  Duxboro"  was  the  son  of  Thomas  Cushman  of  Plymouth,  and 
that  the  latter's  second  wife,  Abigail  (Fuller)  Cushman,  gave  her 
assent  to  the  transaction.  On  the  day  following  the  signing  of  the 
above  deed,  Thomas  Cushman,  Jr.,  joined  in  another,  abridged 
as  below: 

.  .  Thomas  Loring  of  Plymouth  in  the  County  of  Ply- 
mouth in  New  England  &  Thomas  Cushman  of  Duxborough  in  the 
County  aforesd  .  .  .  for  and  in  consideration  of  the  full  & 
just  summ  of  Twenty  Pounds  Currant  money  of  New  England 
aforesd  to  us  in  hand  by  Majr  John  Bradford  of  Plymouth  aforesd 
.  .  unto  him  the  sd  John  Bradford  his  Heirs  &  assigns  for- 
ever Ail  that  our  two  acres  of  meadow  or  marsh  (more  or  less) 
situate  lying  &  being  within  the  Township  of  Duxborough  aforesd 
a  little  above  the  bridge  called  Jones   River  Bridge  together  with 

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a  strip  of  upland  thereto  adjoyning  which  upland  and  meadow  is 
bounded  as  followeth;  Towards  the  Southwest  by  the  River 
Towards  the  Northwest  by  a  Creek  that  runs  between  sd  marsh 
&  the  marsh  of  Majr  William  Bradford  Towards  the  Northeast  by 
the  marsh  lately  in  the  Tenure  of  Captn  Joseph  Rowland  &  toward 
the  Southeast  by  the  County  Road.  ...  In  witness  whereof 
we  have  hereunto  set  our  hands  &  seals  this  fourth  Day  of  Febru- 
ary anno  Domini  one  thousand  seven  hundred  &  two  1702/3 
"Signed  sealed  &  delivered  in  presence  of  us 

"Thomas  Clarke 

"Ephraim  Little 

"^Memo"^  That  before  sealing  &  delivereing  it  was  agreed  &  con- 
cluded as  followeth  viz.  that  the  abovesd  Thomas  Cushman  sells 
assures  &  ingages  to  defend  the  two  acres  of  meadow  and  Thomas 
Loring  sells  assures  &  ingages  to  defend  only  the  strip  of  upland 
adjoyning  &  is  in  no  way  concerned  in  ye  meadow. 

Thomas  Loring       (Seal) 
"Witness — Eph™  Litte  Junr.     Thomas  Cushman   (Seal) 

"Entred  September  9th  1713  and  Recorded  pr  Josiah  Cotton  Reg'". 
Mem.  That  on  the  fifth  day  of  February  1702/3  Then  the  above- 
named  Thomas  Loring  &  Thomas  Cushman  both  of  them  person- 
ally appeared  before  me  the  subscriber  one  of  her  Majesties  Jus- 
tices of  the  Peace  for  the  County  of  Plymouth  &  acknowledged 
the  above  written  instrument  to  be  their  Act  &  Deed.  At  the 
same  time  Sarah  the  wife  of  the  above  named  Thomas  Cushman 
also  appeared  &  gave  up  her  Right  in  the  Premises. 

James  Warren." 

As  early  as  1703,  Thomas  Cushman,  of  Duxbury,  Mass., 
became  interested  in  lands  at  Lebanon,  Connecticut,  as  appears 
by  Lebanon  Land  Records.  In  Vol.  1,  page  139  (new  page  281) 
is  recorded  a  deed  from  "Henry  Woodward  of  Lebanon  to  Thomas 
Coachman  of  Duxberry  in  the  County  of  Plimouth  in  the  Province 
of  the  Massachusetts  Bay  in  New  England  ...  all  my  whole 
right  of  alotment  in  the  township  of  Lebanon,  in  that  part  of  the 
township  called  Lebanon  Village,  containing  200  acres,  to  ly  in 
Common  according  to  the  costom  of  the  place  .  .  .  the  first  of 
April,  1703"  The  witnesses  to  this  deed  were  Thomas  Thacher 
and  John  Strong.  Other  deeds  are  of  record  from  "John  Smith 
of  Lebanon  to  Thomas  Coushman  of  Lebanon"  for  51  acres,  dated 
19   July,    1710,   and   from    "Moses    Woodworth   and    David   Wood- 


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worth,  both  of  Norwich,  in  the  County  of  New  London  &  Colony 
of  Connecticut  in  New  England  ...  to  Thomas  Coushman 
of  Lebanon"   for  about  92  acres,  dated  20  November,   1724. 

On  tombstones  in  the  Old  Cemetery  at  Lebanon,  Conn.,  may 
be  seen  the  following  inscriptions: 

"Here  lies  the  body  of  Mr.  Thomas  Cushman,  late  husband 
of  Mrs.  Sarah  Cushman,  who  died  January  9,  1727  aged  57 

Here  lies  our  honored  Father  dear 
Who  was  our  faithful  guide. 
Here  also  lies  our  Mother  dear 
Intombed  by  his  side 

1728 

"Here  lies   the   body  of   Mrs.   Sarah   Cushman,  late  wife   of 
Mr.  Thomas  Cushman,  who  died  Dec.  25,  1726,  aged  52  years 

Here  lies  y®  womb  with  in  this  tomb 
From  whence  we  had  our  nature 
We  hope  they  both  are  now  at  rest 
In  God  their  great  Creator." 

This  Society  has  procured  a  certified  copy  of  the  will  of 
Thomas  Cushman  of  Lebanon  (Windham  Probate  Records,  Vol.  1, 
pages  167-170),  which  is  given  in  full  hereunder: 

"In  the  name  of  God  Amen. 

The  ninth  day  of  January  In  y®  year  1726/7 
I,  Thomas  Cushman  of  Lebanon  In  y®  County  of  Windham  and 
Colony  of  Connecticut  in  New  England  being  very  sick  and  weake 
in  Body  but  of  perfict  Mind  and  Memory  Thanks  be  Given  to 
God  therefor.  Caling  to  mind  y^  mortality  of  my  body  and 
knowing  It  is  appointed  For  all  men  once  to  Dye,  Do  make  and 
ordain  this  to  be  my  last  Will  and  Testament.  That  is  to  say 
principally  and  first  of  all  I  Give  and  Recommend  my  Soull  Into 
y*  hands  of  God  that  gave  it  and  my  Body  I  Recomend  to  y* 
Earth  to  Buried  in  decent  Christian  Buriall  at  y®  Discretion  of 
my  Executors  hereafter  named  Nothing  Doubting  but  at  y®  General 
Resurrection  I  shall  Receive  y®  same  by  y®  mighty  power  of  God. 
And  as  touching  my  Worldly  Estate  wherewith  it  hath  pleased 
God  to  bles  me  in  this  life  I  Give  Devise  and  Dispose  of  y^  same 
in  y*  following  manner  and  form — First  that  all  my  lawful  Debts 
be  truly  paid  out  of  my  moveable  Estate  in  Creatures  as  Stock. 

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Imprimis  I  Give  and  Bequeath  to  my  Son  William  Cushman  all 
my  lott  of  land  that  I  bought  of  Moses  Woodworth  and  David 
Woodworth  lying  on  y"  Southeast  side  of  y®  Street  against  or  near 
to  my  New  Dwelling  hous  as  it  is  discribed  to  be  bounded  in  my 
Deed  from  sd  Woodworths,  to  be  to  him  my  Son  William,  his 
heirs  and  assigns   forever. 

Item  I  Give  and  bequeath  unto  my  son  Thomas  Cushman  my  new 
Dwelling  hous  and  all  y^  lott  of  land  as  it  is  bounded  by  my 
Deed  from  Henry  Woodworth  with  all  y®  buildings  orchardings 
fencing  and  all  y®  Priviledges  thare  on  or  thare  unto  belonging 
together  with  a  Division  of  land  at  y^  Reer  ajoyning  to  y®  aboves** 
lot  As  may  appear  of  Record  in  Lebanon  book  of  Records  Reserv- 
ing to  my  Son  William  Cushman  y®  priviledg  and  benefit  and  use 
of  one  half  of  y^  hous  and  barn  that  stands  on  this  lott  for  y® 
space  of  Ten  years,  this  lott  with  y^  Division  with  all  y®  Privi- 
ledges thare  on  or  thare  unto  belonging,  one  half  of  y®  Hous  and 
Barn  only  Reserved  for  ten  years,  to  be  to  him  my  son  Thomas 
Cushman  his  heirs  and  assigns  for  ever. 

Itim.  I  Give  and  bequeath  to  my  son  Eleazer  Cushman  all  y® 
lott  of  land  that  I  bought  and  had  of  John  Smith  as  It  is  bounded 
or  described  to  be  bounded  as  by  my  Deed  from  s*^  Smith  and  allso 
one  Division  of  about  fourty  acres  of  land  lying  and  being  a  Divi- 
sion of  y®  land  Caled  y®  whig  land  as  it  is  recorded  in  Lebanon 
book  of  Records ;  and  allso  all  y®  Common  Right  that  is  yeat  to  be 
laid  out  or  Divided  when  y®  rest  of  y®  Common  or  undivided  land 
shall  Com  to  be  Divided.  To  be  to  my  Son  Eleazer  Cushman  his 
Heirs  and  assigns  for  ever  to  be  Delivered  to  him  when  he  shall 
Com  to  y®  age  of  twenty  one  years  by  my  Executors. 
li^m.  I  Give  and  bequeath  to  my  Eldest  Daughter  Zibiah  Cush- 
man The  sum  of  Fifty  Pounds  in  moveable  things  in  y®  hous  at 
y*  Inventory  Price  so  far  as  they  will  go.  Said  In  Door  Move- 
ables to  be  Divided  to  my  three  Daughters  and  what  is  wanting 
to  be  pay**  in  Mony  or  Creturs  at  a  Reasonable  price  to  be  paid 
by  my  Executors. 

Itim.  I  Give  and  bequeath  to  my  daughter  Ruth  Cushman  y® 
sume  of  fifty  Pounds  of  my  moveable  Estate  within  Doors  Equall 
with  her  Sisters  at  Inventory  price  y^  Rest  if  anything  be  wanting 
to  be  paid  in  mony  or  Creturs  at  a  Reasonable  price  to  be  payd 
to  her  by  my  Executors  when  she  shall  Come  to  be  at  y®  age 
Eighteen  years. 

Itim.  I  Give  and  bequeath  to  my  Daughter  lidiah  Cushman  y® 
Sume  of  fifty  pounds  of  my  moveable  Estate  within  Doars,  the  In 


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Dear  things  to  be  divided  to  my  three  Daughters  at  Inventory 
price  and  what  is  wanting  to  be  payd  in  mony  or  creturs  at  a 
Reasonable  price  to  be  payd  to  hur  by  my  Executors  When  she 
shall  atain  to  y*^  age  of  Eighteen  years. 

And  it  is  allso  my  Will  that  if  my  son  Eleazer  should  Dye 
before  he  Comes  to  be  of  y®  age  of  twenty  and  one  years  then 
what  I  have  Given  to  him  shall  be  equally  divided  between  my 
other  two  sons  William  and  Thomas. 

And  also  in  Case  that  if  Either  of  my  Daughters  should  Dye 
before  they  Come  to  be  at  y®  age  of  Eighteen  years,  Then  that 
which  I  have  given  to  hur  Shall  be  Equally  Divided  between  y^ 
Surviving  Daughters. 

And  Further  I  do  order  that  when  all  my  lawful  Debts  and 
y®  above  legasis  to  my  three  Daughters  are  paid  that  if  there 
should  be  any  overplush  of  my  moveable  Estate,  It  shall  be  Equally 
Divided  amongst  my  three  Sons ;  and  in  Case  there  be  not  moveable 
Estate  Sufficient  to  pay  my  Debts  and  s^  legasies  That  then  what 
is  wanting  shall  be  paid  in  Equal  proportion  Between  my  s"* 
three  Sons.  And  I  do  make  and  ordain  my  two  sons  William  and 
Thomas  my  Sole  Executors  of  this  my  last  will  and  Testament 
and  I  do  hearby  utterly  Disalow  Revoake  &  Disanull  all  and 
every  other  Testaments  wills  and  legasies  and  bequests  and  Exe- 
cutors by  me  before  Name  Willed  and  bequeathed,  Ratifjang  and 
confirming  this  and  no  other  to  be  my  last  Will  and  Testament. 
In  Witness  Whereof  I  have  hereunto  Set  my  hand  and  Seall  y® 
Day  and  year  above  written.  Signed  Sealed  Published  Pronounced 
and  Declared  by  y®  sd  Thomas  Cushman  as  his  last  will  and 
Testament. 


In  y^  Presents  of  us 
y®  Subscribers 

Abel  Wright  Junr 
Caleb  Pierce 
John  Woodward 

In  Windham  february 
y«  28th  Day  1726/7 


Thomas  Cushman   (Seal) 


Then  the  Subscribers  to  the  within  written  Will,  Capt.  John 
Woodward  Esq.,  Abel  Wright,  Caleb  Pierce,  all  personally  ap- 
peared and  made  oath  that  they  see  y®  Subscriber  to  the  within 
writen  Will  of  Thomas  Cushman  Sign  Seal  and  Pronounce  this 
within  writen  Will  to  be  his  last  will  and  Testament  and  that  he 

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was  of  perfect  mind  and  memory  at  y*'  same  time  according  to  y® 
best  of  thare  Judgment. 

Before  me —  Tim°.   Pierce 

Justice  of  y®  Peace 
A  Court  of  Probate  held  in  Windham 
March  y«  7th  1726/7 

The  last  Will  and  Testament  of  Mr.  Thomas  Cushman  was 
Exhibited  Into  s^  Court  wch  Will  by  y^  Court  approved  of  and 
ordered  to  be  recorded  and  kept  on  file. 

Tes —     John  Crary 

Clerk  of  Probate" 

The  following  receipt  appears  in  Windham  Probate  Records, 
vol.  3,  page  260: 

"Coventry,  Conn.  Sep.  25,  1733 

Received  of  Preserved  Strong  Executor  of  last  will  of  his 
father  Jedediah  Strong,  late  of  Coventry  dec*^ — y"  sum  of  9  shil 
&  nine  pence  in  full  of  what  was  will'd  to  me  by  my  honored 
Grandfather  Jedediah  Strong  afores"'.  I  say  rec^  by  me. 

W".  Cushman." 

From  the  foregoing,  the  following  family  record  may  be 
made  up: 

Thomas*  Cushman  (Thomas^,  Mary'  Allerton,  Isaac),  grand- 
son of  John  Rowland,  was  born  about  1670,  died  Lebanon,  Con- 
necticut, 9  January,  1727,  married,  before  5  February,  1702-3, 
Sarah,  daughter  Jedediah  Strong,  born  about  1674,  died  Lebanon, 
Connecticut,  25   December,   1726,  and  had  children: 

William'  Cushman,  born  before  1706 

Thomas"  Cushman,  born  before  1706,  married,  about  1728-9. 
Mary 

Eleazer°  Cushman,  baptized  Lebanon,  18   December,   1720 

Zibiah'  Cushman,  born  before  1709,  married  Lebanon,  9 
March,   1727,  to  Josiah  Cooke 

Ruth°  Cushman,  born  after  1709 

Lydia*  Cushman,  born  after  1709 

Thomas"     Cushman      {Thomas*,      Thomas^,     Mary'     Allerton, 

Isaac),  born   before    1706,   married   about    1728-9,   Mary    , 

and  had  children  (Town  and  First  Church  records,  Lebanon, 
Conn.)  : 

Oliver"  Cushman,  born  24  November,  1729,  baptized  11   Feb., 
1730 

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California     Society     of 


Sybil'  Cushman,  born  7  April  1732,  baptized  23  April,  1732 
Rhoda'    Cushman,    born    4     February,     1733-4,    baptized    24 

March,  1734 
Solomon"  Cushman,  baptized  with  Rhoda,  24  March,  1734 
Mercy"  Cushman,  born  23  October,  1734,  baptized  6  January, 

1736 
Mary'  Cushman,  born  16  May,  1737,  baptized  19  June,  1737 
Thomas'    Cushman,    born    19    December,    1739,    baptized    9 

March,  1740 
Sarah*  Cushman,  born  6  November,  1743 

The  First  Church  records  give  the  baptism,  also,  of  Mary  Cush- 
man, 1  March,  1730,  Sarah  Cushman,  8  April,  1733  and  Lydia 
Cushman,  18  January,  1736,  whose  parentage  we  have  not  ascer- 
tained. It  is  hoped  that  the  Connecticut  Society  may  find  it 
practicable  to  undertake  research  work  in  towns  settled  in  early 
years  by  Pilgrim  families,  to  the  end  that  the  record  of  the 
Cushman  and  other  lines  may  be  made  more  nearly  complete. 


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INDEX 


Abbe,  Abigail,  113,  123,  124 
Adams,  Abigail,  97 

Alice,  113,  123,  124,  127 
Anne,  22 
Ebenezer,  22 
Elizabeth,  22 
Ernestine  Shannon,  118 
Eunice,  63,  65 
Hannah,  22 
John  Charles,  118 
Joseph,  22 
Sarah,  133,  136 
Theodore  P.,  218 
William,  113,  123,  124 
Zabdiel,  22 
Adlington,  Sally,  173 
Alden,  David,  105 

Elizabeth,  25,  39,  42,  49,  50,  52, 

64,    66,   67,    71,    110,    135,    138, 

156,  159 
Hannah,  106,  151,  166 
Ichabod,  105 
John,  18,  22,  25,  30,  37,  39,  42,  49, 

50,   52,   57,   64,  66,   67,   71,   97, 

104,    105,    106,    110,    135,    138, 

151,  156,  159,  166 
Joseph,  106,  151,  166 
Lois,  151 

Lydia,  106,  107,  151 
Lydia  L.,  151,  152 
Mary,  49,  50,  71,  105,  106,   151, 

166 
Nathaniel,  49,  50,  71 
Priscilla,  18,  22,  25,  30,  37,  39, 

42,  49,   50,   52,   57,  64,   66,   67, 

71,  97,  104,  105,  106,  110,  135, 

138,  151,  156,  159,  166 
Rebecca  Partridge,  104,  105 
Ruth,  22,  30,  97 

Samuel,  105 
Sarah,  9,  10,  17,  18,  32,  33,  57, 

104,  105 
Susanna,  106,  107 
Alger,  Deliverance,  54 
Allen,  Alice,  140,  145 
David,  173 
Emma  Frances,  94 
Jonathan,  208 
Josiah,  207 
Mary,  173,  208 
Woodson,  94 


Allerton,  Isaac,  31,  77,  98,  100,  122, 
158,  195,  217,  218,  225 

Mary,  31,  77,  98,  100,  122,  158, 
169,  170,  195,  218,  225 

Sarah,  7,  34,  119,  169,  170 
Almy,  Harriet  S.,  179 
Ames,  Alden,  10 

Augusta  Wood,  9,  10 

Margaret  Stevenson,  9.  10 

Maude,  10 

Pelham  Warren,  9,  10 

Seth,  9,  10 
Andrews,  Susannah,  83 
Andros,  Anne,  108,  129 
Anthony,  James,  7 

Mary,  7 
Appleton,  Catherine  Mary,  30 
Armstrong,  Elizabeth  Annette,  108 
Ashley,  Abiah,  16,  45 

Elizabeth,  16,  45 

William,  16,  45 
Atkins,  John  William,  125,  126 

Lucy,  125,  126 

Samuel  Thomas,  125,  126 
Atwood,  Eldad,  12,  13 

Margaret,  12,  13 

Mary,  12,  13 

Salome,  77,  98 


Babcock,  Persis,  57 
Backus,  John,  37,  38,  39 

Nancy  Whiting,  37,  38,  39 

Sarah,  37,  38,  39 
Bacon,  Ella  Etta,  76 

Sarah,  166 
Baker,  Sarah,  83 
Ball,  Ashley  Hamilton,  27 

Gertrude  Newkirk,  27 
Ballance,  Mary,  113,  123,  124 
Bangs,  Dean,  70 

Elkanah,  70 

Eunice,  70 

Franklin,  6,  70 

Hiram  Berry,  70 

Hiram  Franklin,  70 

Irene,  70 

Rebecca  Foster,  70 

Reliance  Freeman,  70 
Barker,  Josiah,  183 

Phebe,  185 

Rebecca,  47 


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Barnard,  Lurania,  193 

Maria,  193 

Mary,  193 

Obed,  193 

Phebe,  193 

Sarah,  193 

Stephen,  191 

Thomas,  193,  195 

William  Newton,  193 
Barney,  Benjamin,  183,  185 

Benjamin  Allen,  119 

Lois,  185 

Lydia  Rowland,  119 

Mary  Swain,  119,  211 

Matthew,  186 

Sarah,  183,  185,  192 
Barrus,  Sarah,  97 

Barstow,    Abbie   Merrill,    155,    156, 
157 

Elizabeth,  155 

Ellen,  155 

George  Simonton,  155 

Joshua,  155 

Lydia,  130 

Susanna,  155 

Timothy,  155 
Bartlett,  Abigail,  9,  10 

Amanda,  150 

Benjamin,  52,  53,  56 

Betsey  L.,  150 

Elizabeth,  150 

Hannah,  93,  150 

Jesse,  150 

Joseph,  93,  150 

Julia  Bingham,  150 

Lydia,  150 

Martha,  150 

Mary,  56,  93,  150 

Robert,  56,  93,  150 

Ruth,  52,  53,  56 

Sarah,  51,  52,  53,  56 

Silvanus,  150 
Bass,  Abigail,  97 

Elizabeth,  30 

Hannah,  22,  97 

John,  22,  30,  97 

Joseph,  30 

Mary,  30 

Ruth,  22,  30,  97 
Bates,  Ann,  125,  126 

Eliphalet,  125,  126 

Eunice,  125,  126 

Joanna,  125 

Joseph,  125,  126 

Lucy,  125,  126 

Mary,  125,  126 

Thomas,  125,  126 
Beach,  Gershom,  196 
Beals,  John,  193 


Beaugrand,  Sophia,  97 
Belcher,  Mary,  30 
Berry,  Reliance  Freeman,  70 
Billings,  Catherine,  60,  72 

Daniel,  60,  72 

Frances  Eldridge,  60,  72 
Billington,  Christian,  86 

Eleanor,  86 

Francis,  86 

John,  86 

Martha,  86,  89 
Bingham,  Amanda,  150 

Jeremiah,  44 

Lydia,  44 

Mary,  44 
Black,  Elizabeth,  185 
Blanchard,  Abbie  Merrill,  155,  156, 
157 

Alice  Maud,  155,  156,  157 

Dudley,  155,  156,  157 

John,  156,  157 

Judith,  156,  157 

Mercy,  156,  157 

Ozias,  156,  157 
Bliss,  Parthenia,  128 
Blossom,  Asenath,  139 

Bethiah,  139 

James,  139 

Joseph,  139 

Mercy,  73 

Temperance,  139 
Blush,  Anna,  81 

Elizabeth,  81 

Joseph,  81 

Tristram,  81 
Boardman,  Lucy,  20,  21,  116,  117 
Bodfish,  Elizabeth,  73 
Bonham,  Hannah,  115 

Mary,  115 

Nicholas,  115 
BoNNEY,  Deborah,  104 
Booth,  Charles  Maclay,  123 

Hetty  Cummings,  77,  98 

Mary  Isabel,  46 

Rejoyce  Ballance,  123 
BoswoRTH,  Daniel  P.,  214,  215 

Daniel  Perkins,  215 

David,  109 

Deborah  T.,  214,  215 

Elizabeth,  109 

Francke  Huntington,  215 

George,  188 

George  Wells,  215,  216 

Hannah,  109 

Helen  Wise,  217 

Henry  Martyn,  167,  214,  215.  216 

Jabin,  109,  110 

John,  109 

Jonathan,  109 


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BoswoRTH — Cont'd 

Lucia  A.,  215 

Luna,  109,  110 

Marie  Agnes,  167 

Mary,  109 

Mary  Emeline,  109,  110 

Paul  Harte,  167,  214,  217 

Sophia,  188 

Stephen  Strong,  109,  110 

Susan  Sherman,  109,  110 

Tasker  Bourne,  215 

Virginia,  167,  214,  216 

William  Raymond,  109,  110 
Bourne,  Deborah,  215 
Bowers,  George  W.,  27 

Gertrude  Newkirk,  27 

James,  214 
BowKER,  Joseph,  197 
BoYLSTON,  Anne,  22 
Bradbury,  Jane,  59,  67,  76,  82,  156, 

157 
Bradford,  Abigail,  9,  10 

Alice,  9,  10,  23,  27,  37,  40,  43,  51, 
63,  65,  85,  113,  123,  124,  127 

Anne,  63,  65 

Annice,  63,  65 

David,  85 

Edith,  63,  65 

Elisha,  219 

Elizabeth,  9,  10,  23,  24,  25,  37,  38, 
40,  51,  52,  53,  54,  55,  56,  85 

Eunice,  63,  65 

Gamaliel,  9,  10 

Hannah,  9,  10,  23,  24,  25,  27,  37, 

38,  39,  40,  43 
Ichabod,  51,  52,  56 
Israel,  51,  52,  56 
James,  63,  65 
John,  220 

Lydia,  63,  65 

Margaret  Stevenson,  9,  10 

Mary,  51,  56,  85 

Nathaniel,  85,  93 

Rebecca,   84,   85,   86,   87,   88,   89, 

90,  91,  92,  93,  95 
Samuel,  9,  10,  23,  24,  25,  37,  38, 

39,  40,  63,  65,  202,  204 
Sarah,  9,  10,  51,  52,  56,  85 
Thomas,  63,  65 

William,  9,  10,  23,  27,  37,  40,  43, 
51.    63,    65,   85,    113,    123,    124, 
127,  221 
Brastow,  Brazier,  213 

Maria,  213 
Brayton,  Elizabeth  Almy,  62,  186 
Brewster,  Abigail,  133,  136 

Anna  Dyke,  129 

Anne,  108,  129 

Benjamin,  108,  129 


Brewster — Cont'd 

Deborah,  134,  135,  137,  138,  159, 

165 
Elias,  108 
Elisha,  102,  111 
Elizabeth,  90,  108,  129 
Elizabeth  Hubley,  130 
Elizabeth  Rich,  130 
Emily,  129 
Emma  Cordelia  Brewster,   129, 

130 
Grace,  8,  79,  94,  96,  128 
Hannah,  60,  72,  134,  137,  160 
Hopestill,  102,  111,  130 
Huldah,  133,  134,  135,  136,  137, 

138,  159,  160,  165 
Ichabod,  130 
Jonathan,  8,  44,  60,  72,  79,  94,  96, 

128,  129,  155 
Judah,  129 
Lot  Edward,  130 
Love,  44,  53,  102,  108,  111,  129, 

130,  133,  136,  160 
Lucretia,   8,   60,   72,   79,   94,   96, 

128,  129,  155 

Lucy,  102,  111,  129,  130 
Lydia,  102,  108,  111,  129,  130 
Margery,  108 
Mary,  8,  36,  44,  53,  60,  69,  72,  78, 

79,   94,   96,    99,    101,    102,    108, 

111,    128,    129,    130,    133,    136, 

155,  160,  167 
Patience,  36,  69,  78,  99,  101,  167, 

189 
Sanford,  129 

Sanford  Taylor,  6,  129,  130 
Sarah,  44,  53,  56,  102,   108,  111, 

129,  130,  133,  136,  160 
Simon,  108,  129 
Sybil,  108 

William,  8,  36,  44,  53,  60,  69,  72, 
78,  79,  94,  96,  99,  101,  102,  108, 
111,    128,    129,    130,    133,    136, 
155,  160,  167,  189 
Wrestling,  44,  133,  134,  136,  137, 
159,  160,  165 
Briggs,  Catherine  Esten,  8,  79 
Brooks.  Elisha,  74 

Ellen,  74 
Brotherton,  Lillian  Elizabeth,  75 
Brown,  Abigail,  119,  210 
Augustus  Carmi,  99 
Austen  Gould,  189 
Bridget,  127 
Content,  68,  80,  120,  188 
Elizabeth,  193 
Fanny,  139 

Frederick  Leonard,  99,  189 
Frederick  Walton,  189 


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Brown — Cont'd 

Joseph,  210 

Marian,  189 

Marian  Maud,  99,  189 

Mary,  125,  126,  141,  146 

Permelia  Ann,  99,  189 

Peter,  125,  126,  141,  146 

Rebecca,  141,  146 

Tabitha,  210 
Browne,  Andrew,  180 

Andrew  Allan,  180 

David  Henry,  180 

John  Calvin,  180 

Samuel  Rogers,  180 

Sarah  Sophia,  180 

Sara  Spencer,  180 
Bryant,  Agatha,  47 
BuELL,  Mary,  64,  66 
BuLSON,  Charles  Herman,  120 

Ida  Harriet,  120 
Bunker,  Abel,  112,  200,  201 

Abiel,  200 

Abigail,  191 

Deborah,  199 

Desire,  199,  200 

Eliza,  173 

Elizabeth,  112,  211 

Eunice,  185 

Francis,  200 

Gilbert,  200 

Henry  Chase,  112 

Henry  Sell,  112,  201 

Hulda  Ann,  112 

Jabez,  199 

James,  200 

Jonathan,  200 

Lydia,    112,    172,   173,    185,   191, 
199,  200 

Margaret  Locke,  112 

Mary,  174 

Naomi,  200 

Nathan,  200 

Paul,  173 

Priscilla,  171 

Puella,  200 

Shubael,  112,  199,  200,  201 

Sophronia  Cathcart,  112,  201 

Thaddeus,  172,  173 

Zechariah,  199,  200 
Burgess,  Elizabeth,  189 

Mary  Bell,  189 

Mary  Frances,  80 

Nathaniel,  189 
Burke,  Mary  Minerva,  158,  159,  160, 

161,  162,  163,  164,  165 
Burnham,  Henry,  212 

John,  212 

Patience,  212 

Prescott,  312 


Burr,  Caroline  Louise,  136,  137,  138 

Eli  Burchard,  136,  137,  138 
Burroughs,  Elizabeth,  126 
Burton,  Martha,  11,  14,  15 
Bush, ,  189 

Sophie  Elizabeth,  120 
Butler,  Harriet  M.,  214 
Butts,  Annice,  63,  65 

Daniel,  63,  65 

Esther  Caroline,  63,  64,  65,  66 
Byram,  Nicholas,  202 

Cahoone,  Elizabeth,  175,  176 

James,  175,  176 
Calder,  Samuel,  200 
Campbell,  Colin  James,  59 

Frances  Soule,  59 

Joanna  Dennison,  59 

Susan  Ann,  131 
Carpenter,  Alice,  9,  10,  23,  27,  37, 
40,  43,  51,  63,  65,  85,  127 

Dille,  170 

Jonathan,  197 

Priscilla,  170 
Cartwright,  Abigail,  119,  210,  211 

Alice,  210 

Benjamin,  211 

Bethiah,  119,  210,  211 

Deborah,  119,  211 

Elizabeth,  211 

Hezediah,  119,  210 

James,  210 

John,  211 

Jonathan,  119,  211 

Joseph,  211 

Love,  210 

Mary,  119,  210,  211 

Polly,  211 

Priscilla,  210 

Rachel,  210 

Ruth,  210 

Sampson,  119,  210 

Seth,  211 

Thomas,  211 

William,  211 
Carver,  Ann  Leach,  51,  52,  53,  54, 

55,  56 
Cary,  Bathsheba,  83 
Castle,  Christopher  Champlin,  120, 
189 

Elizabeth,  189 

Emma  Agnes,  189 

Erastus,  189 

George,  188 

Harriet,  188 

Hastings,  120,  188 

Ida  Harriet,  120 

James  Udell,  189 


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Castle — Cont'd 

Mary,  188,  189 

Mary  Bell,  189 

Mary  Noyes,  120 

Oliver  D.,  189 

Sophie  Elizabeth,  120 

William,  188,  189 
Cathcart,  Sadie,  194 
Chaloner,  Ann,  174,  175,  176,  177 

Eliza,  11,  14,  15,  174 

Elizabeth,  175 

John,  11,  14,  15,  174,  176,  177 

Martha,  11,  14,  15 

Mary,  11,  14,  15,  175,  177 

Ninyon,  174,  178 

Sarah,  175,  176 

Walter,  174,  176,  177 

William,  11,  14,  15,  174,  175,  176, 
177 
Champlin,  Christopher,  68,  80,  120 

Content,  68,  80,  120,  188 

Content  Leeds,  68,  80,  187 

Elizabeth,  68,  80,  120,  187 

Joseph,  68,  80,  120,  187 

Mary,  68,  80,  120,  188 

Mary  Noyes,  120 

William,  68,  80,  120,  187,  188 
Chandler,  Sarah,  213 
Chaplin,  Mehitable,  31,  32 
Chase,  Elizabeth,  51,  52,  53,  54,  55, 
56 

John,  51,  52,  53,  54,  55,  56 

Mary,  51,  52,  53,  54,  55,  56 

Mary  Elizabeth,  47,  48 
Chilton,  James,  21,  54,  87,  116,  140, 
142,  145,  147,  201,  205,  206,  208 

Mary,  21,  54,  87,   116,  140,   142, 
145,  147,  201,  205,  206,  208 
Chipman,  Hope,  92 

John,  92 

Ruth,  92 
Christian,  Nellie,  50 
Christophers,  Sarah,  94,  96 
Church,  Alice,  11,  14,  15 

Benjamin,  11,  14,  15 

Caleb,  152 

Edward,  11,  14,  15 

Elizabeth,  11,  14,  15,  152 

Frank  Alden,  151,  152 

Gamaliel,  151,  152 

Grace,  152 

Innocent,  152 

Isaac  Sherman,  151,  152 

Joseph,  152 

Lydia  L.,  151,  152 

Martha,  11,  14,  15 

Mary,  152 

Mercy,  152 

Nathaniel,  152 


Church — Cont'd 

Richard,  11,  14,  15,  152 

Sarah  Lavinia,  151,  152 
Churchman,  Ann,  16,  24,  38,  39,  41, 

45 
Ci,ARK,  Abraham,  20,  21,  116,  117 

Dennis  Woodruff,  17,  18,  19,  20, 
21 

Emma  Washburn,  17,  18,  19,  20, 
21 

Faith,  48,  84,  95,  162 

Jonathan,  175 

Lucy,  130 

Lucy  Ellen,  116,  117 

Mary,  171 

Mary  Caroline,  17,  18,  19,  20,  21 

Milicent,  20,  21,  116 
Clarke,  Mary  Emeline,  109,  110 

James  Thomas,  109,  110 

Thomas,  221 
Clasby,  John,  186 

Lydia  Green,  62,  185 

Sarah,  185 

William,  185,  191,  199,  200 
Cleveland,  Ann,  125,  126 
Clift,  Lydia,  48 
Clough,  Marie  Louise,  58,  132 

Mary  Anne,  58,  132 

Simeon  DeWitt,  58,  132 
Cobb,  Abigail,  101 

Elisha,  101 

Hannah,  118 

Mercy,  84,  88,  91,  95 

Sophia,  101 

Thankful  Sophia,  101 

Thomas,  101 
Coddington,  William,  178 
Coffin,  Aaron,  193 

Abigail,  172 

Albert,  173 

Avis,  173 

Benjamin,  193 

Christopher,  172 

Ebenezer,  173,  210 

Edvi^ard,  172,  173 

Eliza,  173 

Elizabeth,  172,  173,  193 

Emily,  193 

George,  173 

Judith,  173,  185 

Latham,  172 

Lucy,  211 

Mary,  210 

Phebe,  173 

Prince,  199 

Priscilla,  171 

Reuben,  173 

Robert,  173 

Samuel,  191 


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Coffin — Cont'd 

Sarah,  185 

Valentine,  173 

William  B.,  211 
CoGGESHALL,  Peleg,  185 
CoLCORD,  Sarah  A.,  213 
Coleman,  Abial,  172 

Abigail,  172 

Andrew,  172 

Barnabas,  183,  191 

Christopher,  171 

Elihu,  171,  183,  191,  200 

Elizabeth,  172 

Enoch,  7,  34,  170,  171,  172 

Eunice,  172 

Huldah,  172 

Jeremiah,  7,  34,  170,  171 

Jethro,  171,  183,  200 

Joanna,  171 

Job,  172 

Lydia,  7,  34,  171,  172 

Mary,  7,  34,  191 

Nathaniel,  171,  183,  199,  200 

Peleg,  171 

Priscilla,  199 

Sarah,  7,  34,  170,  171,  172 

Seth,  183 

Sylvanus,  172 
CoLLAMORE,  Anthony,  47,  48 

Elizabeth  Holmes,  47,  48 

Horace,  47,  48 

Lydia,  47,  48 

Mary  Elizabeth,  47,  48 
Collier,  Sarah,  44,  53,  102,  108,  111, 

129,  130,  133,  136 
Collins,  Abigail,  113,  123,  124 

Ahira,  113,  123,  124 

Alice,  113,  123,  124 

Ann,  113,  123,  124 

Constance  Dorothy  van  Etten, 
123 

Eliphalet,  113,  123,  124 

Holdridge  Ozra,  113,  123,  124 

Jemima,  113,  123,  124 

Mary,  113,  123,  124 

Nathaniel,  113,  123,  124 

Ozro,  113,  123,  124 

Rejoyce  Ballance,  123 
CoLMAN,  Martha,  35 

Nellie  May,  63,  64,  65,  66 
CoNANT,  George,  78 

Hannah,  78 

John,  78 

Lydia,  78 

Mary  Almira,  78 

Orpha,  78 
Cook,  Anne,  13 

Caleb,  143,  148 

Caroline,  212 


Cook — Cont'd 

Damaris,   88,   91,   107,   114,   143, 
144,  148,  149,  161,  163 

Deborah,  153,  154 

Elizabeth,  84,  88,  91,  95,  114,  153, 
154 

Francis,    20,   88,    107,    114,    117, 
143,  148,  161 

Hester,  20,  88,  107,  114,  117,  143, 
148,  161 

Jacob,  88,  91,  107,  114,  143,  144, 
148,  149,  161,  163 

Jane,  20,  117,  142,  143,  144,  147, 
148,  149 

Josiah,  153,  154,  225 

Lydia,  107,  161,  163 

Margaret,  107 

Martha,  31 

Robert,  212 

Zibiah,  225 
Coombs,  Elizabeth,  100,  122 

Corcoran, ,  188 

CouRTER,  Hester  A.,  61 
Coryell,  Marie  Agnes,  167 
Cotton,  Josiah,  221 
Cox,  Alexander  Middleton,  112,  197 

Margaret  Locke,  112,  197 
Coy,  Lucy,  178 
Crane,  John,  181 

Mary,  28 
Crary,  John,  225 

Crawford,   Clara  Elizabeth,  51,   52, 
53,  54,  55,  56 

Georgia  A.,  166 

John  Leeds,  51,  52,  53,  54,  55,  56 
Crittenden,  Hiram,  23,  24,  25,  26 

Lydia,  23,  24,  25,  26 

Mary  Kellogg,  23,  24,  25,  26 
Crocker,  Eleazer,  92 

Rebecca,  92 

Ruth,  92 
Crosby,  Bethiah,  58,  132 

David,  58,  132 

Rebecca,  70 

Deborah,  58,  132 

Rebecca,  70 

Rebecca  Foster,  70 

Reliance,  58,  132 
Crowell,  Azubah,  153,  154 
Cunningham,  Abigail  Fellowes,  22 

Hannah,  22 

Nathaniel  Fellowes,  22 
Cushman,  Abigail,  218,  220 

Adelia  Adeline  Burson,  98 

Anna,  100,  122 

Azariah,  77,  98 

Bartholomew,  218 

Benjamin,  218 

Charles,  100,  122,  195 


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CusHMAN — Cont'd 

Charles  Chaplin,  31,  32 
Charles  Seth,  31,  32 
Deborah,  77,  98 
Eleazer,  100,  122,  195,  218,  223, 

224,  225 
Eliza,  77,  98 
Elizabeth,  100,  122 
Elkanah,  31,  218 
Ethel,  195 

Ethiel,  100,  122,  195,  196,  197 
Hannah  Whittier,  31,  32 
Helen  Mills,  31,  32 
Hetty  Cummings,  77,  98 
Isaac,  31,  32,  100,  122,  195,  197, 

218 
Isaiah,  31,  32 

James,  158,  161,  162,  163,  164 
James  Thomas,  217 
Joanna,  100,  122 
Job,  218 

John,  100,  122,  195 
Joseph  Fenton,  100,  122 
Joshua,  77,  98 
Josiah,  31 
Levinah,  196 

Lois,  100,  122,  195,  196,  197 
Lydia,  223,  225,  226 
Lysander  Valentine,  77,  98 
Lysander  William,  77 
Martha,  31 
Martha  E.,  100,  122 
Mary,  31,  77,  98,  100,   122,   158, 

195,  196,  218,  225,  226 
Mary  Blanche,  158,  159,  160,  161, 

162,  163,  164,  165 

Mary  Minerva,  158,  159,  160, 
161,  162,  163,  164,  165 

Mathew  Smith,  158,  159,  160, 
161,  162,  163,  164,  165 

Mehitable,  31,  32,  158,  161,  163 

Mercy,    158,    161,    162,    163,    164, 
226 

Mial,  77,  98 

Nathaniel,  158,  159.  160,  161,  162, 

163,  164,  165 
Olive,  31,  32 
Oliver,  225 
Persis,  77,  98,  158 
Polly,  195 
Rebecca,  100,  122 
Rebecca  Soule,  158,  159,  160 

161,  162,  163,  164,  165 
Rhoda,  226 

Robert,  77,  98,  158,  218 
Ruth,  77,  98,  158,  164,  217,  218, 

223,  225 
Salome,  77,  98 
Samuel,  218 


CusHMAK — Cont'd 

Sarah,  31,  32,  221,  222,  226 

Seth,  31,  32 

Seth  Wilson,  6,  31,  32 

Sybil,  226 

Solomon,  226 

Susanna,  31 

Sybil,  225 

Thomas,  31,  77,  98,  100,  122,  158. 

164,    217,    218,    219,    220,    221, 

222,  223,  224,  225 
William,  222,  223,  224,  225 
Zibiah,  223,  225 

Daggett,  Huldah,  171 

Nathan,  171 
Daniels,  Daniel,  12,  13 

Mary,  12,  13 

Rhoda,  12,  13 
Davenport,  Christina  Cameron,  131 

Davis, ,  188 

Day,  Anna  Aurora,  114 

Emeline,  61 
Dean,  Lydia,  63,  65 
Delano,  Martha,  110 
Denison,  Boradel,  94,  96 

Elizabeth,  68,  80,  120,  187 

George,  8,  68,  79,  80,  94,  96,  120, 
128 

Hannah,  128 

Mary,  8,  79,  94,  96,  128 

Mercy,  68,  80,  187 

Sarah,  8,  79 
Dennison,  Alice,  67 

Dorcas,  67 

George,  67 

Isabella  Baxter,  67 

Jane,  59 

Nancy  Jane,  67 

Timothy,  67 

Walter  Emerson,  67 

Walter  Horace,  67 
Deshler,  David  W.,  208,  210 
Dicks,  Peter,  193 
Diggens,  Jannetge,  169 
Dillaway,  Mary,  11,  14,  15 
DiMOCK,  Silence,  29,  131 
DoHRMAN,  Anna  Dyke,  129 
Doolittle,  Justus,  179 

Lucy  Emeline,  179 
Doten,  Doty,  Alfred,  84,  85,  86,  87, 
88,  89,  90,  91,  92,  93,  95 

Edward,  48,  84,  95,  114,  162 

Elizabeth,  84,  88,  91,  95,  114 

Eunice,  84,  86,  87,  88,  89,  90,  91, 
92    95 

Faith,  48,  84,  95,  162 

Goodwin  Stoddard,  95 


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DoTEN — Cont'd 
Isaac,  n4 

John,  84,  88,  91,  95,  114 
Laura  Katherine,  84,  85,  86,  87, 

88,  89,  90,  91,  92,  93 
Martha,  114,  162 
Mary,  48,  84,  95,  114 
Mary  Elizabeth  Calista,  84,  85, 

86,  87,  88,  89,  90,  91,  92,  93,  95 
Mercy,  84,  88,  91,  95 
Rebecca,  84,  85,  86,  87,  88,  89, 

90,  91,  92,  93,  95 

Samuel,  84,  85,  86,  87,  88,  89,  90, 

91,  92,  93,  95 

Samuel  Bradford,  84,  85,  86,  87, 
88,  89,  90,  91,  92,  93 

Sarah,  162 
Douglass,  Lucy,  8,  79 

Sarah,  8,  79 

William,  8,  79 
DowNEN,  Essie  Maud,  71 

William  Martin,  71 
Drake,  Mercy,  115 
Drew,  Betsey  L.,  150 

Welther,  213 
Drinkwater,  Elizabeth,  51,  52,  53, 
54,  56 

Janet,  54,  55 

Joseph,  54,  55 

Mary,  51,  52,  53,  54,  55,  56 

Micajah,  51,  52,  53,  54,  55,  56 

Thomas,  55 
DucKWiTZ,  Emilie  Meta,  60,  72 
Dunbar,  James,  201 

Jane,  201 

Mary,  201 

Peter,  202 

Robert,  201 
Dunham,  Anne,  115 

Benajah,  115 

Dorothy,  115 

Edmund,  115 

John,  115 

Mary,  115 

Mercy,  115 
DuNTON,  Lois,  69 
Durkee,  Julia,  188 

Eaton,  Christian,  86 

Francis,  89 

Jemima,  110 

Martha,  86,  89 

Mercy,  86,  89,  90 

Samuel,  86,  89 

Sarah,  89 
Edson,  Myra,  212 

Edwards,    Constance    Dorothy   van 
Etten,  123 

Noel  Condiff,  123 


Elderkin,  Elizabeth,  128 
Eldredge,  Eldridge  Abigail,  69 

Bethiah,  69 

Betsey,  69 

Catherine,  60,  72 

Charles,  60,  72 

Jesse,  69 

Lois,  69 

Mary,  60,  72 

Zoeth,  69 
Elkins,  Margaret,  12 

Mary,  74,  75 
Ellis,  Mary,  162 

Rebecca,  93 

Samuel,  202 
Emery,  Ida,  188 
Etheridge,  Catherine,  188 

Content  Leeds,  68,  80,  187,  188 

Eliza,  188 

Nathaniel,  68,  80,  187,  188 

Sophia,  68,  80,  187,  188 

William,  188 
Everill,  Elizabeth,  49,  50,  71 

Fairchild,  Adelia  Adeline  Burson, 

98 
Farnsworth,  Anna  Turner,  102,  111 
Faunce,  John,  161,  163 

Lydia,  161,  163 

Martha,  114 

Mehitable,  158,  161,  162,  163,  164 

Sarah,  162 
Fay,  Jonas,  197 
Fennimore,  Estelle  Sophia,  97 

Watson  Dana,  97 
Fenton,  Anna,  100,  122 
Fernald,  Beatrice,  131 

Charles,  131 
Finney,  Elizabeth,  85 
Fitch,  Alice,  127 

Bridget,  127 

Ebenezer,  127 

Elijah,  127 

James,  127 

Mary,  127 
Foard,  Sarah  Lavinia,  151,  152 
Folger,  Abigail,  171 

Adeline,  193 

Alfred,  172,  173 

Avis,  173 

Charles,  7,  34,  172,  173 

Clinton,  6,  34,  170 

Dinah,  192 

Dorcas,  7,  34,  119 

Edward,  172,  174 

Eliza,  173 

Emily,  193 

Emma,  103,  194 

Eunice,  171 


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FoLGER — Cont'd 

Frederick,  172,  173 

Hepzibah,  183 

Henry  C,  193 

Herbert,  5,  6,  7,  170 

Hiram,  172,  173 

Homer,  103,  190,  194,  195 

Jethro,  171,  183,  200 

Jethro   Starbuck,  103,  193,  194, 
195 

John,  172,  173 

John  Clifford  Fremont,  194,  195 

Judith,  173 

Latham,  103,  192,  193 

Lucretia,  172,  174 

Lucy,  7,  34,  173 

Lurania,  193 

Lydia,  7,  34,  172,  173 

Margaret,  171 

Maria,  193 

Mark,  172,  174 

Mary,  7,  173,  174 

Mary  Frances,  34 

Matilda,  103,  193 

Nancy,  174 

Nathan,  199 

Peggy,  173 

Peleg,  172,  173,  185 

Phebe,  173,  193 

Polly  A.,  193 

Rachel  Cottle,  7,  34 

Rebecca  McNeilly,  103,  194 

Reuben,  192 

Rufus,  193 

Ruth,  74,  75 

Sadie,  194 

Sally,  173 

Seth,  7,  34 

Thomas  Sydney,  193,  195 

William,  7,  34,  172,  173 
Ford,  Deborah,  77,  98 
FosDiCK,  Elizabeth,  172 
Foster,  Bathshua,  155 

Elizabeth,  155 

Ezekiel,  12,  13 

Hatherly,  155 

Ruthy  Jones,  12,  13 

Sophia  Gleason,  11,  12,  13,  14,  15 
Fowler,  Douglas,  188 

Etta,  188 

Mary  Atkins,  78 
Freeman,  Abigail,  69,  101 

Achsah  Bridgman,  33,  57 

Anna,  78 

Barnabas,  101 

Bennett,  101 

Bethiah,  101,  167,  181 

Catherine,  36 

Daniel  Sanford,  33,  57 


Freeman — Cont'd 

Deborah,  167 

Edmund,  36,  167 

Isaac,  167 

James,  167 

John,  36,  69,  78,  99,  101,  167,  181, 
189 

Joseph,  78 

Joshua,  36 

Lydia,  78 

Maria,  33,  57 

Martha,  36 

Mary,  59,  101 

Mercy,  36,  69,  78,  99,  101,  167, 
189 

Nathaniel,  33,  57,  69,  181 

Patience,  36 

Phebe,  36 

Rebecca,  36,  78 

Reuben,  36 

Sally,  33,  57 

Samuel,  101 

Sarah,  99,  167 

Thankful,  99,  189 

Thatcher,  78 

Thomas,  36,  78 
Fuller,  Abiel,  220 

Abigail,  218,  220 

Anna,  81,  139,  170 

Benjamin,  139 

Bridget,  90 

Ebenezer,  86,  87,  89,  90 

Edward,  81,  115,  139 

Elizabeth,  90 

Eunice,  86,  87,  89,  90 

Francis,  118 

Hannah,  115,  118 

Jabez,  121 

Jane,  81,  115,  139 

Joanna,  86,  87,  89,  90 

John,  118 

Mary,  121 

Matthew,  81 

Mercy,  86,  89,  90,  121 

Patience,  81 

Samuel,  81,  86,  89,  90,  115,  139, 
169 

Temperance,  118,  139 

Thankful,  118 
FuNSTON,  Emma,  103,  194 


Gage,  Hannah,  17,  18,  19 
Lucy,  17,  18,  19 
Reuben,  17,  18,  19 

Gardner,  Abigail,  211 
Andrew,  199 
Barnabas,  191,  200,  211 
Elizabeth,  62,  112,  185 


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Gardner — Cont'd 

Dorcas,  185 

George,  185 

Hephzibah,  185 

Jethro,  191 

John  M.,  195 

Jonathan,  191,  200 

Judith,  171 

Libni,  185 

Lydia,  62,  184 

Mary,  199 

Miriam,  191 

Owen,  185 

Paul,  184,  185,  191 

Rachel,  184 

Ruth,  185,  200,  210 

Samuel,  199 

Seth,  200 

Simeon,  200 

Thaddeus,  183 

Zenas,  185 
Gardiner,  Curtiss  Crane,  28 

Daniel  Denison,  28 

Eunice,  28 

Lyman,  28 

Mary,  28 
Garlick,  Charles  E.,  180 
Gates,  Deborah,  61 
Gayley,    Charles   Mills,   6,   29,   178, 
179,  180 

Sally  Pickett,  29 

Samuel  Rankin,  29 

Sarah  Sophia,  29,  178,  179,  180 
Geer,  Catherine,  60,  72 
GiBBS,  Mary,  188 

GaLETT,  Anna,  23,  24,  25,  37,  38,  39 
GiLMAN,  Sarah  Ann,  139 
GiPSYN,  Rasemyn,  169 
GoRHAM,  Desire,  26,  28,  62,  68,  74, 
75,  80,  103,  112,  118,  120,  121, 
182,    184,    185,    187,    190,    193, 
197    199 

Elizabeth,  62,  112,  121,  198 

John,  26,  28,  62,  68,  74,  75,  80, 
103,  112,  118,  120,  121,  182, 
184,  185,  197,  199 

John  Edwin,  133,  134,  135 

Josiah,  200 

Lydia,  26,  28,  74,  75,  103,  190, 
193 

Mary,  62,  112,  118 

Mercy,  68,  80,  120,  187 

Puella,  74,  75,  103 

Sarah,  62,  182,  184,  185 

Sarah  Catherine,  133,  134,  135 

Shubael,  74,  75,  103,  190,  193 

Stephen,  62,  112,  182,  184,  185, 
197,  198,  199 

Susanna,  112,  197,  198,  199 


GoRHAM — Cont'd 

Temperance,  118 

Thankful,  118 

Theodate,  199 
Corner,  Etta  Eldora,  43,  44 
Gould,  Daniel,  177 

Lydia,  99,  189 

Oliver,  99 

Permelia  Ann,  99,  189 
Grant,  Aurelia  Maria,  35,  36 

Eliza,  188 

Emory,  188 

Ethel,  188 

Frances  Etheridge,  188 

Julia,  188 

Levi,  188 

Pauline  Tolpy,  36 

Thomas  Baldwin,  36 
Gray,  Anna,  78 

Anna  Turner,  102,  111 

Edward,  87 

Harold  Farnsworth,  111 

Henry  Nathaniel,  57,  181 

Joanna,  86,  87,  89,  90 

John,  87 

John  Henry,  33,  57 

Lucy,  102,  111 

Maria,  6,  33,  57 

Mary,  87 

Persis,  57 

Samuel  Cotton,  102,  111 

Theodore,  102,  111 
Green,  Mary  Frances,  34 
Greene,  Rebecca,  100,  122 
Griffin,  Clara  Elizabeth,  51,  52,  53, 

54,  55,  56 

Willard  Mudgett,  51,  52,  53,  54, 

55,  56 
Grinnell,  Daniel,  64,  66 

Lydia,  64,  66 

Priscilla,  64,  66 
Griswold,  Lydia,  150 
Gwinn,  Alice,  210 

David,  210 

Huldah,  172 


Haerlson, ,  189 

Haines,  Hannah,  118 

Jerusha,  118 

Peter,  118 
Hall,  Lucy,  129 
Hallett,  Elizabeth,  121 

Joseph,  121 

Mary,  121 
Ham  MAN,  Laura,  188 

William,  188 
Hand,  Mary  Pierson,  76 
Harden,  Deborah,  54 


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Haring,  Margaret,  121 
Harkness,  Annie  Sarah,  153 
Harris,  Abner,  208 

Arthur,   141,  142,   143,   144,   146, 
147,  148,   149,  201,  205,  206 

Benjamin,  201,  202,  203,  205 

Bethiah,  205,  206 

Caleb,  205 

Desire,  201,  203 

Gertrude  Evelyn,  212 

Isaac,  142,  143,  144,  147,  148,  149, 
201,  202,  203,  204,  205 

Jane,  142,  143, 144,  147,  148,  149, 
201,  203 

John  Alden,  212 

Joseph,  185 

Lewis  B.,  212 

Lucy,  140,  141,  142,  143,  144,  145, 
146,  147,  148,  149,  205 

Marcia  Eudora,  212 

Martha,  201,  203 

Mary,  8,  79,  94,  96,  128,  201,  203 

Mary  Adele,  212 

Mary  Lydia  Egerton,  212 

Mehitable,    141,    142,    143,    144, 
146,  147,  148,  149,  205,  206 

Mercy.  142,  147,  201,  203,  205 

Sally  Pickett,  29 

Samuel,  201,  203 

Silas,  205 

Susanna,  201,  203 

William,  205 
Harvey,  Mary,  100,  122 
Haskell,  Dudley  Haines,  118 

Elizabeth,  55 

Ernestine  Shannon,  118 

Jerusha,  118 

Job,  118 

John,  55 

Patience,  55 

Rachel  Hepburn,  118 
Hatch,  Isaac,  48 

Lydia,  48 

Mary,  48 

Sarah,  47,  48 

Samuel,  48 
Hatfield,  Katherine,  212 
Hathaway,  Abiah,  16,  45 

Betsey,  16,  45 

Charles  Wesley,  16,  45 

Edmund,  16,  45 

Laurilla,  16,  45 

Laurilla  Moore,  16 

Minerva  Moore,  45 

Philip,  16,  45 
Hawes,  Olive,  46 
Hayden,  John,  12,  13 

Rhoda,  12,  13 

Ruthy  Jones,  12,  13 


Hayward,  Bethiah,  205 

Ephraim,  202 

John,  202 
Head,  Innocent,  152 
Heath,  Judith,  171 
Hedges,  Annie  Livingston,  37,  38,  39 
Henderson,  Ila  L.,  187 
Henshaw,  Daniel,  30 

David,  30 

Elizabeth,  30 

John  C,  215 

Mary,  30 

Sarah,  30 
Hewes,  Nancy,  76,  82 
HiCKLiNG,  Elizabeth,  9,  10 
Hill,  Alice,  67 

David,  205 
HiMES,  Amos,  197 
Hinckley.  Bethiah,  69 

Deborah,  167 

Deborah  Freeman,  167,  214 

Joseph,  167 
HiNSDiLL,  Chester  Bingham,  69 

Julie  Eldredge,  69 
Hobart,  Bathshua,  155 
HoDGES,  Jonathan,  181 
Holmes,  Eleazer,  93 

Hannah,  93 

Ichabod,  93 

Mary,  51,  85 

Rebecca,  85,  93 
Honeyman,  James,  178 
Hooker,  Henry  B.,  201 
Hooper,  Augusta  Wood,  9,  10 
Hopkins,  Catherine,  46,  58,  70,  132, 
153,  154 

Charles  Harris,  46 

Constance,  12,  13 

Damaris,   88,   91,   107,   114,   143, 
144,   148,   149,   163 

Deborah,  19,  153,  154 

Ebenezer,  70 

Elizabeth,  19,  91 

Giles,  46,  58,  70,  132,  153,  154 

Joseph,  46 

Lydia,  58,  132 

Mary,  46,  58,  70,  132 

Mary  Isabel,  46 

Mary  Kellogg,  6,  23,  24,  25,  26 

Olive,  46 

Patience,  46 

Phebe,  46 

Prince,  46 

Rebecca,  70 

Reliance,  58,  132 

Samuel,  58,  132 

Sarah,  70 


[    237 


Hopkins — Cont'd 

Stephen,   12,   13,   19,  46,   58,  70, 
91,  114,  132,  144,  149,  153,  154, 
163 
Timothy,  23,  24,  25,  26 
Hough,  Hannah,  128 

John,  128 
Howes,  Abigail,  199 
James,  99 
Lydia,  99,  189 
Priscilla,  99,  189 
Sarah,  70 
HowLAND,  Ansel,  73 
Bathsheba,  83 
Benjamin,  83 
Bethiah,  83 
Carver,  83 

Desire,  26,  28,  62,  68,  73,  74,  75, 
80,  103,  112,  118,  120,  121,  182, 
184,    185,    187,    190,    193,    197, 
199 
Dorcas,  73 

Elizabeth,  26,  28,  62,  68,  73,  74, 
75,   80,   83,   92,    103,    109,    112, 
118,  120,  121,  164 
Elizabeth  Senter,  83 
Ellen,  73 
Emily,  83 

Howland,  Hannah,  73,  109 
Hope,  92 
Jabez,  73,  83 

John,  26,  28,  62,  68,  73,  74,  75, 
80,  83,  92,  103,  109,  112,  118, 
120,    121,    164,    182,    184,    185, 
187,    190,    193,    197,    199,    217, 
218,  225 
John  Andrews,  83 
Joseph,  83,  221 
Mary,  73 
Mercy,  73 

Ruth,  77,  98,  158,  164,  217,  218 
Sarah,  83 
Shubael,  73 
Susannah,  83 
Hubbard,  Cyrus  Hayden,  158,  159, 
160,  161,  162,  163,  164,  165 
Margaret,  121 
Mary  Blanche,  158,  159,  160,  161, 

162,  163,  164,  165 
Rebecca,  102,  111 
HuBBS,  Alexander,  17,  18,  19 
Mary,  17,  18,  19 
Lucy,  17,  18,  19 
Mary  Caroline,  17,  18,  19 
William,  17,  18,  19 
HuBLEY,  Elizabeth  Rich,  130 
Hull,  Anne,  115 
Artimissa,  115 
Benjamin,  115 


Hull — Cont'd 

Elizabeth,  115 

George  Washington,  115 

Isaac,  115 

John,  115 

Olive  Adelaide,  115 

Susan,  115 
Hunt,  Adelaide,  150 

John  Standish,  150 
HuNTooN,  Elizabeth,  189 

George,  189 
HussEY,  Batchelor,  199 

Betsey,  211 

Christopher,  183 

Daniel,  62,  182,  183 

Elizabeth,  183 

George,  183,  185 

Hephzibah,  183 

Jethro,  183 

Joseph,  183 

Lucretia,  211 

Phebe,  186 

Puella,  74,  75,  103 

Rachel,  62,  182 

Sarah,  62,  182,  184,  185 

Silvanus,  171,  183,  191,  199 

Stephen,  183 

William,  183,  185 
HUTCHiNS,  Emily,  129 
Hyatt,  Deborah,  58,  132 

Hezekiah,  58,  132 

Marie  Louise,  58,  132 


Ingold,  Rebecca  McNeilly,  103,  194 


Jamieson,  Caroline  Hannah,  114 
Janeway,  Carrie  Lucile,  115 
Jenkins,  Dorcas,  73 

Mary,  199 

Matthew,  199 

Thomas,  199 
Jenney,  Levi,  106,  107 

Caroline  Coleman,  106,  107 

Susanna,  106,  107 
Jepson,  Rosamond,  170 
Johnson,  Anna  Frances,  40,  41,  42 

Daniel,  208 

Hannah,  20,  21,  116 

Mary,  51,  52,  56 

Orpha,  78 
Jones,  Anthony,  49,  50,  71 

Elizabeth,  49,  50,  71 

Elizabeth  Hubley,  130 

Emma  Cordelia  Brewster,  129, 
130 

John  Goodin,  130 


[   238   ] 


Jordan,  Clement,  59 

Emily  D.,  214,  215 

Esther,  59 

Joanna  Dennison,  59 
Joy,  Rachel  Cottle,  7,  34 
JuNiPHER,  Adelaide,  150 

Alexander,  150 

Julia  Bingham,  150 

Keeney,  Mary  Alvord,  14 
Keep,  Lucy,  29,  131 
Kellogg,  Abner,  26 

Ezra,  23,  24,  25,  26 

Lydia,  26 

Lydia  Ann,  23,  24,  25,  26 

Mary,  23,  24,  25,  26 
Kemp,  Frances,  188,  189 

Grace,  188 

Henry  Etheridge,  188 

Ida,  188 

Julia,  188 

Laura,  188 

William,  188 
Kendall,  Anne,  76,  82 
Kenrick,  Sophia,  101 
KiLBouRNE,  Susannah,  153,  154 
Kimball,  Achsah  Bridgman,  33,  57 

Charles  Bradbury,  58,  132 

Mary  Anne,  58,  132 

Sarah  Louise,  58 
Kingman,  Desire,  204 

John,  202,  203,  204 

Susanna,  140,  145,  206,  207 
Knight,  Elizabeth  Holmes,  47,  48 

Elizabeth  Loenza,  47,  48 

Francis  H.,  47,  48 
Knowles,  Bethiah,  101 

Chester,  27 

Gertrude  Newkirk,  27 
Kridler,  Julia,  97 

Lamb,  Frances,  193 
Landers,  Sarah,  81 
Langley,  Emily,  83 
Lanman,  Mary,  114 
Lasell,  Chester,  27,  43,  44 

Josiah,  44 

Lydia,  44 

Matilda,  27,  43,  44 

Nancy,  27,  43,  44 
Latham,  Alice,  140,  145 

Allen,  208,  209,  210 

Arthur,   140,  142,  145,  147,  207, 

208,  210 

Bela,  140,  141,  142,  143,  144,  145, 
146,    147,    148,    149,    206,    208, 

209,  210 
Charles,  207 


Latham — Cont'd 

Chilton,  140,  145,  206,  207,  208 

Deborah,  54 

Deliverance,  54 

Edith,    145,    146,    147,   148,    149, 

201,  206 
Edward  H.,  209,  210 
Ellen  Holdridge,  94,  96 
Frank  B.,  209,  210 
Hannah,  20,  21,  116,  117 
Henrietta,  140,  141,  142,  143,  144, 

145,  146,  147,  148,   149 
Henry  Bradford,  94,  96 
James,  54,  202,  207,  208,  209 
James  Hoge,  140,  141,  142,  143, 

144,    145,    146,    147,    148,    149, 

209,  210 
Janet,  54,  55 
Jane,  207,  208 
Jerusha,  94,  96 
Joseph,  207 
Juliana  H.  S.,  140,  141,  142,  143, 

144,  145,  146,  147,  148,  149 
Lucy,    140,    141,    142,    143,    144, 

145,  146,  147,  148,  149 
Mary,    140,    141,    142,    143,    144, 

145,  146,  147,  148,  149,  208 
Mary  C,  209 
Mercy,  142,  147,  201,  205 
Milton    Slocum,    140,    141,    142, 

143,  144,  201,  206 
Milton  S.,  209 

Nehemiah,    140,    141,    142,    143, 

144,  145,    146,    147,    148,    149, 
207,   208 

Robert,  21,  54,  116,  140,  142,  145, 

147,  207 
Rosanna,  209 
Susanna,   21,   54,   116,   140,   142, 

145,  147,    201,    205,    206,    207, 
208 

Thomas,  54,  208 
William  A.,  209 

Lathrop,  Amy,  40,  41,  42 
Elijah,  128 
Elisha,  128 
Elizabeth,  127,  128 
Hannah,  128 
James,  128 
Parthenia,  128 

Latimer,  Boradel,  94,  96 
Harriet  Boradel,  96 
Henry,  94,  96 
James  William,  96 
Jerusha,  94,  96 
Jonathan,  94,  96 
Sarah,  94,  96 

Lavvton,  Joseph,  193 


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Lazell,  Lydia,  106,  107,  151 

Simon,  107 

Margaret,  107 
Leavitt,  Bathshua,  155 
Lee,  Bridget,  90 

Mary,  73 
Leonard,  Adeline,  193 

E.,  188 

Grace,  188 

John,  193 

Swain,  193 
Lewis,  Alice  Louise,  100,  122 

Festus  Cone,  100,  122 

Festus  Cushman,  100,  122,  195 

Harold  Cushman,  122 

Martha  E.,  100,  122 
LiLLiE,  Mary,  44 
Lisle,  William,  169 
Little,  Ann,  134,  137,  165 

Barzillai,  81 

Elizabeth,  81 

Ephraim,  220,  221 

Hannah,  134,  137,  165 

James  Russell,  81 

Margaret  Alice,  81 

Russell,  81 

Sarah,  48,  81 

Thomas,  134,  137,  165 

Warren,  81 
Lombard,  Sarah,  35 
LooMis,  Mary,  127 
LoRiNG,  Thomas,  218,  219,  220,  221 
LoTHROP,  Jane,  81,  139 
LovELL,  Mansfield,  45 

Mary,  17,  18,  19 

Minerva  Moore,  45 
Lynch,  John,  78 

John  Conant,  78 

Mary  Almira,  78 

Mary  Atkins,  78 


Mack,  Sarah,  81 
Macomber,  Elizabeth,  16,  45 

John,  16,  45 
Macy,  Abiel,  185 

Anna,  191 

Bethiah,  211 

Daniel,  185 

Deborah,  119,  211 

Edward,  211 

Eliza,  211 

Elizabeth,  193 

Jabez,  171,  210 

John,  211 

John  R.,  211 

John  W.,  211 

Jonathan,  185 

Joseph,  193 


Macy — Cont'd 

Lois,   183,   185,   192 

Love,  210 

Lucy,  211 

Lydia,  185 

Obed,  173 

Peggy,  173 

Peleg,  186 

Rachel,  210 

Richard,  191 

Robert,  211 

Sarah,  211 

Thomas,  200 

William,  185 
Mahieu,    Hester,   20,   88,    107,    114, 

117,  143,  148 
Manning,  Hezekiah,  27,  43 

Irene,  27,  43 

Mary,  27,  43 

Matilda,  27,  43 

Nancy,  27,  43,  44 

Nathaniel,  27,  43 

Samuel,  27,  43 
Marsh,  Catherine,  188 

Etta,  188 

Hammond,  188 

Mary,  188 

Sophia,  188 

William,  188 
Marshall,  Henrietta,  140,  141,  142, 
143,    144,    145,    146,    147,    148, 
149 

Joseph,  200 
Martin,  Amos,  33,  57 

Dorothy,  115 

Esther,  178 

James,   177,  178 

Sally,  33,  57 

Sarah,  33,  57 
Mason,  Clotilda,  60,  72 

Emilie  Duryea,  72 

Emilie  Meta,  60,  72 

Frances  Eldridge,  60,  72 

Frederick,  60,  72 

Frederick  Eldridge,  60,  72 
Masterson,  Richard,  170 
Mathews,  Betsey,  69 

Julie  Eldredge,  69 

William  Henry  Howells,  69 
Mayo,  Elisha  Frank,  101 

Mary,  46 

Rebecca  Sophia,  101 

Sarah,  167 

Thankful  Sophia,  101 
McGiLVERY,  Ann  Leach,  51,  52,  53, 

54,  55,  56 

Clara  Elizabeth,  51,  52,  53,  54, 

55,  56 

Elizabeth,  51,  52,  53,  54,  55,  56 


[    240    ] 


McGiLVERY — Cont'd 

John  Willard,  51,  52,  53,  54,  55, 
56 

Robert,  51,  52,  53,  54,  55,  56 
McKenzie,  Alexander,  212 

Marcia  Demin,  104,  105,  212 
McKee,  J.  M.,  209 

Mary  C,  209 
McKiE,  Sarah  Elizabeth,  35,  36 
McKiNSTRY,   Annie   Livingston,  37, 
38,  39 

Charles  Hedges,  6,  37,  38,  39 

David  Charles,  37,  38,  39 

Elisha  Williams,  37,  38,  39 

Nancy  Whiting,  37,  38,  39 
McLean,  Hannah,  127 
McMaster,  Rose  Anna,  180 
Meacham,  Ruth,  61 
Meech,  Abbie  Backus,  108 

Appleton,  108 

Delia  M.,  108 

Elizabeth  Annette,  108 

Sybil,  108 

William  Roscoe,  108 

William  Trumbull,  108 
Mellen,  Clarissa,  49,  50,  71 

Elizabeth,  49,  50,  71 

Joshua,  49,  50,  71 
Mendall,  Mercy,  125 
Merrill,  Aurelia  Maria,  35,  36 

Ellen,  155 

George  Arthur,  6,  35,  36 

Henry,  35 

Henry  Franklin,  35,  36 

J.  G.,  215 

Judith,  156,  157 

Mary,  35 

Sarah  Elizabeth,  35,  36 
Mersereau,  Esther  Caroline,  63,  64, 
65,  66 

Irene,  65,  66 

John  Daniel,  6,  63,  64,  65,  66 

John  Garrison,  64,  66 

Julia,  64,  66 

Nellia  May,  63,  64,  65,  66 

Samuel  John  Mills,  63,  64,  65,  66 
Miller,  ,  214 

Lydia,  107,  161,  163 
Mills,  Annette  Eugenia,  180 

Calvin,  29,  178 

Calvin  Henry,  180 

Calvin  Jabez,  178,  180 

Charles  Gayley,  180 

Charles  Rogers,  179,  180 

Edward    McMaster,    180 

Emily,  179 

Harriet  S.,  179 

Helen  Sophia,  179 

Henry  Rogers,  180 


Mills — Cont'd 

John,  193 

Lucy,  178 

Lucy  Emeline,  179 

Matilda,  180 

Roger  Sherman,  180 

Rose  Anna,  180 

Rose  Edith,  180 

Samuel,  178 

Samuel  John,  179,  180 

Sarah  Sophia,  29,  178,  179,  180 

Sophia  Roxanna,  29,  178 
Milton,   Sarah  Ann,  133,  134,  135, 

136,  137,  138 
Mitchell,  Aaron,  183 

Daniel,  183 

Daniel  Thornton,  187 

David,  183 

Dorcas,  185 

Edward,  202 

Eleanor  Cynthia,  62 

Elihu,  183 

Elizabeth,  20,  67,  117,  185 

Elizabeth  Almy,  62,  186 

Experience,  20,  117 

George,  185 

George  Henry,  187 

George  Marion,  62,  182 

James,  62,  185 

Jane,  20,  117 

Jethro,  62,  182,  183,  184,  185 

John  Clasby,  62,  186 

Joseph,  183 

Lucy,  211 

Lydia,  62,  184 

Lydia  Green,  62,  185,  186 

Mary,  182,  183 

Moses,  183 

Obed,  62,  183,  184,  185 

Rachel,  62,  182,  183,  184,  185 

Rachel  Hepburn,  118 

Richard,  182,  183,  185 

Samuel,  185 

Sarah,  183,  185 

Silvanus,  183 

Thomas,  185,  211 
Mooers,  Mary,  173 

William,  173 
MoNNETTE,  Carrie  Lucile,  115 

Mervine  Jeremiah,  115 

Olive  Adelaide,  115 

Orra  Eugene,  115 
MooRE,  Laurilla,  16,  45 

Thomas,  205 
MoREY,  Samuel,  181 
Morgan,  Elizabeth,  60,  72 

Margery,  108 

Matilda,  27,  43 
Morrell,  Emily,  121 


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Morris,  Elizabeth,  112 
Morton,  Joanna,  87 
Martha,  162 
Mary,  162 

Mercy,  158,  161,  162,  163,  164 
Nathaniel,  162 
Thomas,  162 
Merrick,  Mary,  46,  58,  70,  132 

Sarah,  99 
MULUNS,   Alice,   18,   22,   25,   30,   37, 
39,  42,  49,   50,   64,   C6,   67,   71. 
97,  104,  105,  106,  110,  135,  138, 
151,  156,  159,  166 
Priscilla,  18,  22,  25,  30,  37,  39,  42, 
49,  50,  64,  66,  67,  71,  97,  104, 
105,    106,    110,    135,    138,    151, 
156,  159.  166 
William,   18,   22,  25,  30,   37,   39, 
42,  49,  50,   64,   66,   67,   71,  97, 
104,    105,    106,    110,    135,    138, 
151,  156,  159,  166 
MuNGER,  James  Knox  Polk,  154 

Julia  Ada,  154 
MuRCH,  Mary  Frances,  80 
MuRDO,  John,  202 
Murray,  Maude,  10 
Myrick,  Andrew,  170 
Jedediah,  170 
Jonathan,  171 
Mary,  7,  34,  170,  171 

Neale,  Hannah,  97 
Neill,  Delia  M.,  108 
Newcomb,  Annie  Sarah,  153 

Azubah,  153,  154 

Bethuel  Merritt,  153 

Deborah  Charlotte,  153,  154 

Elizabeth,  153,  154 

Hepzibah,  153,  154 

Jedidiah,  153,  154 

Julia  Ada,  154 

Silas,  153,  154 

Susannah,  153,  154 

Thomas,  153,  154 

William,  153,  154 
Newhall,  Edwin  White,  40,  41,  42 

Virginia,  6,  40,  41,  42 
Newland,  Susanna,  203 
Nicholson,  Eliza,  186 
NoRRis,   Mary,   31,  77,  98,   100,   122, 

158,  169,  170 
Norton,  Asenath,  139 

Charles  Oilman,  139 

Fanny,  139 

Mary  Frances,  139 

Milford  Phillips,  139 

Peter,  139 

Sarah  Ann,  139 
Noyes,  Mary,  68,  80,  120 


Ober,  Martha,  36 

Pauline  Tolpy,  36 

Samuel,  36 
Oldham,  Lucretia,  8,  60,  72,  79,  94, 

96,  128,  129,  155 
Oliver,  Harriet,  188 
Orr,  Ellen  Holdridge,  94,  96 

Emma  Frances,  94 

Harriet  Boradel,  96 

Margaret  Alice,  81 

Samuel,  94,  96 
Otis,  Eunice,  28 

Hannah,  26,  28 

John,  28 

Lydia,  26 

Mary,  62,  112,  118 

Nathaniel,  26,  28 

Prudence,  28 
Ord,  Edward  Otho  Cresap,  139 

Henry  Norton,  139 

Mary  Frances,  139 
OzBUN,  Matthew,  193 

Samuel,  193 


Pabodie,  Elizabeth,  24,  25,  38,  39,  41, 
42,  52,  64,  66,  67,  110,  135,  138, 
156,  159 

Lydia,  64,  66 

Mary,  67,  156 

Mercy,  110 

Priscilla,  135,  138,  159 

Ruth,  52 

William,   25,  39,  42,   52,  64,  66. 
67,  110,  135,  156,  159 
Paddock,  Abigail,  211 

Alice,  199,  200 

Ann,  198,  199 

Anna,  183 

Bethiah,  58,  132 

Daniel,  112,  197,  198,  199 

Deborah,  199 

Eliphalet,  199,  200 

Joseph,  200 

Lydia,  112,  199,  200 

Margaret,  199 

Nathaniel,  198,  199,  200 

Seth,  199 

Stephen,  200 

Susanna,  112,  197,  198,  199 
Paedts,  Jacob,  170 
Paine,  Bennett,  101 

John,  101 

Mary,  101 

Sarah,  31,  32,  213 
Parker,  Hannah,  73 
Parkhill,  Abigail,  61 
Parris,  Thomas,  204 


[    242    ] 


Partridge,  Lydia,  102,  108,  111,  129, 
130 

Mary,  44 
Pease,  Abigail,  113,  123,  124 
Peckham,  Peleg,  183 
Pendleton,  Abbie  Backus,  108 
Penn,  Christian,  86 
Percival,  Elizabeth,  73 
Percy,  Emma  Washburn,  17,  18,  19, 
20,  21 

George  Washington,  17,  18,  19, 
20,  21 
Perrin,  Minnie,  106,  107 
Peterson,  Marshall,  213 

Mary  Wakefield,  213 

Ruth  Crocker,  213 

Thomas,  213 
Phelps,  Elizabeth,  49,  50,  71 
Phillips,  Elizabeth,  49,  50,  71 

Jonathan,  181 
Phinney,  John,  35 

Martha,  35 

Mary,  35 

Patience,  35 

Sarah,  35 
Pierce,  ,  214 

Caleb,  224 

Ira,  15 

Sophia  Gleason,  15 

Timothy,  225 
PiNKHAM,  Abigail,  172 

Daniel,  171 

Deborah,  200 

Elizabeth,  74,  75 

Jonathan,  171 

Nathaniel,  171 

Paul,  183 

Uriah,  172 
PoiNDEXTER,  Irene,  64,  66 

Robert  Wade,  64,  66 
Pollard,  Mehetable,  199 

Philip,  199 
Pope,  Hannah,  93,  94 

Mercy,  152 
Porter,  Alexena,  73 

Carrie  Augusta,  73 

Eleanor  Cynthia,  62 

Ellen,  73 

Francis  Rowland,  6,  73 

John  Whitcomb,  73 
Post,  Mary,  140,  141,  142,  143,  144, 

145,  146,  147,  148,  149 
Powers,  Elizabeth  Gilbert,  40,  41,  42 
Pratt,  Bethiah,  119,  210 

Dorcas,  7,  34,  119 

Joanna,   100,   122 

Joseph,  7,  34,  119,  170,  172,  210 

Mary,  7,  34,  119,  170,  172,  210 

Patience,  126 


Pratt — Cont'd 

Phineas,  7,  34,  119,  171 

Sarah,  7,  34,  170,  171,  172 
Prence,  Mercy,  36,  69,  78,  99,  101, 
167,  189 

Patience,  36,  69,  78,  99,  101,  167, 
189 

Thomas,  36,  69,  78,  99,  101,  167 
Price,  Elizabeth  Senter,  83 
Priest,  Degory,  7,  34,  119,  169,  170, 
172,  210 

Mary,  7,  34,  119,  170,  172,  210 

Sarah,  7,  34,  119,  169,  170 
Proctor,  Samuel,  106,  107 

Susanna,  106,  107 


QUARLES,  Ethel,  188 


Ransom,  Nancy  Jane,  67 
Rawson,  Estelle  Sophia,  97 

Hannah,  97 

Josiah,  97 

Julia,  97 

La  Quinio,  97 

Lemuel,  97 

Milton  Edmond,  97 

Sarah,  97 

Sophia,  97 
Ray,  Mary,  185 
Raymond,  Mary,  109,  110 
Redfield,  Jared,  64,  66 

Julia,  64,  66 

Levi,  64,  66 

Mary,  64,  66 

Priscilla,  64,  66 

Sybil,  64,  66 

Theophilus,  64,  66 
Reed,  Ebenezer,  127 

Elijah  Fitch,  127 

Elizabeth,  127,  128 

Hannah,  127 

Julia,  127,  128 

Maro  McLean,  127,  128 

Mary,  127 

Olive,  31,  32 
Reid,  Julia,  127,  128 

William  Thomas,  127,  128 
Renuff,  John,  171 

Sarah,  171 
Reynolds,  Carrie  Augusta,  73 
Rich,  Mary,  35 

Richards,  Alice,  9,  10,  23,  27,  37.  40, 
43,  63,  65,  113,  123,  124,  127 

Rhoda  Elizabeth,  166 

Urania  S.,  214,  215 
Richardson,  Isabella  Baxter,  67 

Sarah  Frances,  49,  50,  71 


[    243    ] 


RiCKARD,    Mehitable,    141,    142,    143, 
144,  146,  147,  148,  149,  205 

Rebecca,  141,  146 

Samuel,  141,  146 
Ring,  Andrew,  17,  18,  19,  32 

Deborah,  19 

Eleazer,  19 

Hannah,  17,  18,  19 

Mary,  19 

Sarah,  31,  32 

Zeruiah,  17,  18,  19,  32 
Ripley,  Hannah,  27,  43 

Irene,  27,  43 

Joshua,  27,  43 

Rebecca  Alden,  213 

Thomas,  213 

William,  202 
RiVERSMiTH,  Abigail  Cunningham, 
22 

Dora  Mowatt,  22 

William  Henry,  22 
RoBBiNS,  Ebenezer,  86,  87,  89,  90 

Eunice,  84,  86,  87,  88,  89,  90,  91, 
92,  95 

Jeduthan,  92 

Rebecca,  92 
Roberts,  Alexena,  73 

Beatrice,  131 
Robinson,  James,  175,  177 

Mary,  175,  177 
Rodman,  Samuel,  185 
RoEDEL,  Sophie  C,  61 
Rogers,  Ann,  16,  24,  38,  39,  41,  45 

Beatrice,  131 

Charles  Skinner,  179 

Christina  Cameron,  131 

Elizabeth,  16,  24,  25,  29,  35,  38, 
39,  41,  42,  45,  131 

Gustavus  Adolphus,  131 

Hannah,  9,  10,  29,  35,  38,  39,  40, 

41,  42,  131 
Henry  W.,  179 
Jabez,  29,  131,  178 

John,  16,  24,  25,  29,  38,  39,  41, 

42,  45,  131,  178 
Joseph,  29,  35,  131,  178 
Lucy,  29,  131 

Mary,  35 

Nathaniel,  29,  131,  178 
Patience,  36 
Robert  Cameron,  131 
Samuel,  29,  131,  178,  179 
Sarah  Sophia,  29,  131,  178,  179 
Sherman  Skinner,  131 
Silence,  29,  131 
Sophia  Roxanna,  29,  131,  178 
Susan  Ann,  131 

Thomas,   16,   24,  29,   35,  38,  41, 
45,  131,  178 


RoTCH,  Benjamin,  185 

Elizabeth,  185 

William,  185,  191 
RouN SEVILLE,  Elizabeth,  16,  45 
Russell,  John,  183 

Priscilla,  183 

Simeon,  183 


Sampson,  Abraham,  104 

Alden,  213 

Ann,  212 

Ann  Maria,  213 

Augusta  Ann,  212,  213 

Caroline,  212 

Constant,  104,  105,  212,  213 

Deborah,  104 

Fanny,  212 

Frank,  212 

George,  212 

Harvey,  212 

Hiram,  213 

John  Alden,  104,  105,  212,  213 

John  Thomas,  213 

Julia  Ann,  213 

Katherine,  212 

Katy,  213 

Lorah,  104 

Marcia  Demin,  104,  105,  212 

Maria,  213 

Marianna,  213 

Mary  Lydia  Egerton,  212 

Mary  W.,  213 

Mary  Wakefield,  213 

Miles,  104 

Myra,  212 

Patience,  104,  105,  212 

Philip,  212 

Philander,  213 

Rebecca,  212 

Rebecca  Alden,  213 

Rebecca  Partridge,  104,  105 

Ruth  Crocker,  213 

Sarah,  104,  213 

Welthea,  213 

William  Alden,  213 

Winslow,  213 
Sargent,  Alden,  212 

Fanny,  212 

Howard,  212 

Lyman,  212 

Mary,  30 
Saunders,  Charles  Burton,  27 

Gertrude  Newkirk,  37 
Saxton,  Matilda,  180 
ScHAUNLOFELL,  Katherine,  213 
ScRiBNER,  Artemissa,  115 
Seabury,    Deborah,    134,    135,    137, 
138,  159,  160,  165 


[    244.   ] 


Sears,  Barnabas,  99 

Lydia,  99 

Priscilla,  99,  189 

Stephen,  99,  189 

Thankful,  99,  189 
Sell,  Hulda  Ann,  112 
Sexton,  Emily,  179 
Shaw,  Deborah  Charlotte,  153,  154 

Grace,  152 

Joseph,  202 

Mary,  19 
Shepley,  Abigail  Cunningham,  22 

Abigail  Fellowes,  22 

John,  22 
Sherwood,  Lydia,  23,  24,  25,  26 

Lydia  Ann,  23,  24,  25,  26 

William,  23,  24,  25,  26 
Shinn,  James,  116,  117 

Lucy  Ellen,  116,  117 

Milicent  Washburn,   116,   117 
Shurtleff,  Susanna,  31 
SiDENSPARKER,  Elizabeth,  153,  154 
Simmons,  Frances  Etheridge,  188 

John,  110 

Martha,  110 

Mary,  106,  151,  166 

Mercy,  110 
SiMONTON,  Susanna,  155 
Skinner,  Elizabeth,  81 

Sarah,  29,  131,  179 
Sleeper,  Hannah  Whittier,  31,  32 
Smith,  A.  T.,  216 

Abigail,  69 

Anne,  63,  65 

Bethiah,  139 

Caroline  Louise,  136,  137,  138 

Charles  Adam,  27,  43,  44 

Clotilda,  60,  72 

David,    133,   134,    135,    136,   137, 
138 

David    Wiswell,    133,    134,    135, 
136,  137,  138 

Edward  Clarence,  43,  44 

Elizabeth,  115 

Etta  Eldora,  43,  44 

Gertrude  Newkirk,  27 

Harold  Edward,  6,  43,  44 

Jane,  201,  203 

John,  221,  223 

Judith,   133,   134,   135,   136,   137, 
138 

Louise,  216 

Mary,  49,  50,  71,  201 

Matilda,  27,  43,  44 

Pelatiah,  201,  202,  203,  204 

Polly  A.,  193 

Rebecca  McNeilly,  103,  194 

Samuel,  69 


Smith — Cont'd 

Sarah   Ann,   133,   134,   135,   136, 
137,  138 

Sarah  Catherine,  133,  134,  135 

Sybil,  64,  66 

Virginia  Allison,  43,  44 
Snow,  Abigail,  47 

Anne,  13 

Anthony,  47 

Constance,  12,  13 

Joseph,  12 

Josiah,  47 

Lydia,  47 

Margaret,  12 

Mark,  13 

Mary,  12 

Nicholas,  12,  13 

Patience,  46 

Rebecca,  47,  141,  146 

Stephen,  12 

William,  141,  146 
SoULE,  Anne,  76,  82 

Barnabas,  59,  67,  76,  82,  156,  157 

Benjamin  Franklin,  76,  82 

Charles,  76,  82 

Dorcas,  67 

Esther,  59 

Elizabeth,  67 

Ella  Etta,  76 

Eunice,  82 

Frank,  76 

George,  55,  59,  76,  82,  157 

Hester,  59,  76,  82,  157 

Jane,  59,  67,  76,  82,  156,  157 

John,  59,  67,  76,  82,  156,  157 

Kathleen  Frostena,  82 

Mary,  55,  59,  76,  82 

Mary  Pierson,  76 

Mercy,  59,  67,  76,  82,  156,  157 

Moses,  59,  67,  76,  82,  156,  157 

Nancy,  76,  82 

Patience,  55 
Souther,  Lizzie,  30 
Southworth,  Alice,  9,  10,  11,  14,  15, 
23,  27,  37,  40,  43,  51,  63,  65,  85, 
127 

Edward,  67,  156,  170 

Lois,  151 

Mary,  67,  105,  156 

Mercy,  59,  67,  76,  82,  156 
Spade,  Kate,  216,  217 

Lelia  V.,  217 

P.,  216 
Sparrow,  Eunice,  70 

Isaac,  70 

Mary,  70 

Rebecca,  36,  78 
Spencer,  Asa,  8,  79 

Caroline  Matilda,  8,  79 


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Spencer — Cont'd 

Catherine  Esten,  8,  79 

George  Otis,  79 

George  Willig,  6,  8,  79 
Spooner,  Anna,  185 

Deborah,  185 

Merab,  185 

Sarah,  85 
Sprague,  Sarah,  105 
Standish,  Abigail,  51 

Alexander,  17,  18,  32,  33,  57,  104 

Barbara,  17,  32,  33,  61 

Deborah,  61 

Ebenezer,  17,  18,  32,  33,  57 

Emeline,  61 

Hannah,  17,  18,  32,  33,  57 

Henry  Johnson,  61 

Hester  A.,  61 

John  Henry,  61 

Josiah,  61 

Lemuel,  61 

Lorah,  104 

Miles,  6,  61 

Myles,  17,  32,  33,  61 

Ruth,  61 

Samuel,  61 

Sarah,  17,  18,  32,  33,  57,  61,  104 

Sophie  C,  61 

Thomas,  61 

Zeruiah,  17,  18,  19,  32 
Stanley,  Mary  Swain,  119,  211 

William  Henry,  219 
Staples,  Hannah,  33,  57 

Sarah,  33,  57 

Seth,  33,  57 
Starbuck,  Anna,  190 

Benjamin,  183 

Christopher,  185,  191 

Daniel,  185 

Dinah,  199 

Dorcas,  199 

Elizabeth,  191 

Hezekiah,  185 

Jethro,  191,  199 

Judith,  103,  190 

Kezia,  185 

Lydia,  191 

Mary,  119,  185,  191,  211 

Nathaniel,  191,  199 

Paul,  171 

Rachel,  191 

William,  171,  190,  191 
Starr,  Caroline  Matilda,  8,  79 

Daniel,  8,  79 

Elizabeth,  60,  72 

Hannah,  8,  60,  72,  79 

Jonathan,  60,  72 

Lucy,  8,  79 


Starr — Cont'd 

Mary,  60,  72 

Samuel,  60,  72 
Stearns,  Elizabeth,  22 
Sterrett,   Juliana   H.   S.,   140,   141, 
142,    143,    144,    145,    146,    147, 
148,  149 
Stetson,  Abigail,  133,  136 

Elisha,  133,  136 

Huldah,  133,  134,  135,  136,  137, 
138,  159,  160,  165 

Judith,   133,    134,   135,   136,   137, 
138 

Rebecca    Soule,    158,    159,    160, 
161,   163,   164,   165 

Samuel,  133,  136,  159,  160,  165 

Sarah,  133,  136 
Stoddard,    Mary   Elizabeth    Calista, 
84,  85,   86,  87,  88,  89,  90,  91, 
92,  93,  95 
Stone,  John,  193 
Story,  Mary,  125,  126 
Strong,  Jedidiah,  225 

John,  221 

Mary,  109 

Preserved,  225 

Sarah,  225 
Studley,  Sarah,  104 
Sturgess,  Bethiah,  167 
Sturtevant,  Hannah,  17,  18,  32,  33, 

57 
SuLLiVANT,  William  S.,  209 
Swain,  Betsey,  211 

Caleb,  191,  199 

Deborah,  119,  211 

Eliza,  211 

Elizabeth,  200 

Francis,  183 

Franklin  F.,  195 

Frederick  F.,  174 

John,  211 

Lucretia,  174,  211 

Lucy,  211 

Lydia,  173,  211 

Lydia  Howland,  119 

Mary,  211 

Nancy,  174 

Sarah,  211 

Thomas,  119,  211 

Thomas  H.,  211 

Tristram,  183 

William,  200 

William  Cartwright,  119,  211 
Swift,  John  Franklin,  121 

Mary  Angelina,  121 
Sylvester,  Hannah,  93 

Joseph,  93 
Symmes,  Anna  Aurora,  114 

Caroline  Hannah,  114 


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Sym  MES — Cont'd 

Frank  Jameson,  114 
Isaac,  114 
Mary,  114 
Mary  W.,  213 
William,  114 

Taintor,  Prudence,  28 
Talbot,  Eliza,  11,  14,  15,  174 

Emily  Foster,  11,  12,  13,  14,  174 

Peter,  11,  14.  15 

Sophia  Gleason,  11,  12,  13,  14, 
15 

William  Chaloner,  11,  12,  13,  14, 
15,  174 
Talford,  D.  W.,  214 
Tasker,  Deborah,  167 
Terry,  Caroline  Coleman,  106,  107 

Isaiah  Franklin,  106,  107 

Joseph  Tripp,  106,  107 

Minnie,  106,  107 
Thacher,  Bethiah,  83 

Hannah,  26,  28 

John,  26,  28 

Lydia,  26,  28,  78 

Thomas,  221 
Thickins,  Jane,  170 

Randall,  170 

Ranulphe,  169 
Thomas,  Eunice,  126 

Hannah,  134,  137,  160,  165 

James,  134,  137,  165 

Mary,  134,  137,  165 

Nathaniel,  204 

Sarah,  166 
Thompson,  Alice  Louise,  100,  122 

Annette  Eugenia,  180 
Thurston,  Dora  Mowatt,  22 

George  Pierce,  22 
TiLDEN,  Hannah,  134,  137,  165 

Mary,  134,  137,  165 

Stephen,  134,  137,  165 
TiLLEY,  Elizabeth,  26,  28,  62,  68,  73, 
74,   75,   80,   92,   103,   109,   112, 
118,  120,  121,  164 

John,  26,  28,  62,  68,  73,  74,  75, 
80,  92,  103,  109,  112,  118,  120, 
121,  164 
TiLLSON,  Josiah,  213 

Julia  Ann,  213 
Tinkham,  Ebenezer,  126 

Elizabeth,  126 

Ephraim,  125,  126 

Eunice,  125,  126 

Joanna,  125 

Mary,  125,  126 

Mercy,  125 

Patience,  126 

Peter,  125,  126 


ToADViN,  Virginia  Allison,  43,  44 
TooGOOD,  Elizabeth,  109 
Tracy,  John,  219 
Tribble,  Augusta  Ann,  212,  213 

Chester  F.,  213 

Frank,  213 

George,  213 

Henry,  213 

Katherine,  213 

Sarah  A.,  213 

William  T.,  212 
Tripp,  Susanna,  106,  107 
Trott,  Mary,  171 
Tucker,  Mary,  152 
Turner,  Bathshua,  155 

John,  155 

Joseph,  155 

Mary,  155 
Twining,  Elizabeth,  29,  131 
Tybault,  William  Cornelison,  170 

Valentine,  Alice  Maud,   155,   156, 
157 

Eliza,  77,  98 

Elizabeth,  49,  50,  71 

John  Joseph,  155,  156,  157 

William,  49,  50,  71 
Van  Dyke,  Irene,  70 

Walter,  70 
Van  Etten,  Ann,  113,  123,  124 
Van  Zandt,  Cornelia  A.,  214 
Vaughan,  Susan,  115 
Viall,  Elizabeth,  11,  14,  15 
Vincent,  John,  170 

Sarah,  7,  34,  119,  169,  170 
ViSHER,  Emma  Louise,  68,  80,  187 

Wade,  Susanna,  208 

Thomas,  208 
Wadsworth,  Elisha,  219 

Hopestill,  102,  111,  130 
Wait,  Martha,  150 
Wakefield,  Mary,  105 
Walden,  Hannah,  78 
Walker,  Cyrus,  11,  12,  13,  14 

Emily  Foster,  6,  11,  12,  13,  14, 
174 

Mary  Alvord,  14 

Talbot  Cyrus,  14 
Walter,  Julia,  188 
Walton,  Marian  Maud,  99,  189 
Ward,  Andrew  Henshaw,  30 

Catherine  Mary,  30 

Joseph  Walter,  30 

Lizzie,  30 

Sarah,  30 


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Warren,  Abigail,  47 

Ann,  134,  137,  165 

Elizabeth,  11,  14,  15,  47,  56,  93, 
134,  137,  150,  152,  165 

James,  220,  221 

Mary,  56,  93,  150 

Richard,   11,   14,   15,  47,   56,  93, 
134,  137,  150,  152,  165 
Washburn,  Eleazer,  205 

Elizabeth,  20,  117 

Hannah,  20,  21,  116,  117 

John,  20,  117 

Jonathan,  202 

Joseph,  20,  21,  116,  117 

Lucy,  20,  21,  116,  117 

Milicent,  20,  21,  116,  117 

Patience,  104,  105,  212 

Ruth,  20,  21,  116,  117 
Watkins,  Emma  Agnes,  189 
Watson,  Mercy,  99 

Phebe,  36 
Way,  Hannah,  8,  79 
Webb,  Mary,  27,  43 
Wells,  Charles  Bourne,  214,  215 

Cornelia  A.,  214 

Deborah  Freeman,  167,  214,  215 

Deborah  Tasker,  214,  215 

Edward  Freeman,  215 

Emily  D.,  214,  215 

Franklin  Otis.  215 

George  Henry,  214,  215 

Harriet  M.,  214 

Lucia  Ann,  215 

Martin,  167,  214,  215 

Martin  Pomeroy,  214,  215,  216 

Mary   Hinckley,    167,   214,   215, 
216 

Urania  S.,  214,  215 

William  Reed,  214,  215 
West,  Jemima,  110 

Luna,  109,  110 

Martha,  110 

Moses,  110 

Samuel,  110 
Weston,  Clarissa,  71 

Essie  Maud,  71 

Joshua  Francis,  50 

Jubal,  6,  49,  50,  71 

Nellie,  50 

Patience,  35 

Sarah  Frances,  49,  50,  71 

Thomas,  35 
Wetherell,    Daniel,   8,   79,   94,   96, 
128 

Grace,  8,  79,  94,  96,  128 

Mary,  8,  79,  94,  96,  128 
Wetmore,  Chauncey,  102,  111 

Lucy,  102,  111 

Oliver,  102,  111 


Wetmore — Cont'd 

Rebecca,  102,  111 

Ruth.  20,  21,  116,  117 

Sarah,  102,  111 
Wheaton,  Laban,  181 
Whelden,    Katherine,    46,    58,    70, 

132,  154 
Whippey,  Benjamin,  172 

Eunice,  172 
White,  Hannah,  106,  151,  166 
Whiting,  Amy,  40,  41,  42 

Anna,  23,  24,  25,  37,  38,  39 

Anna  Frances,  40,  41,  42 

Charles,   23,   24,   25,   37,   38,   39, 
40,  41,  42 

Daniel,  40,  41,  42 

Elizabeth,  23,  24,  25,  37,  38,  39, 
40,  41,  42 

Elizabeth  Gilbert,  40,  41,  42 

Gamaliel,  23,  24,  25,  37,  38,  39 

Henry  Laurens,  40,  41,  42 

Mary,  23,  24,  25,  26 

Sarah,  37,  38,  39 

Virginia,  40,  41,  42 

William  Bradford,  40,  41,  42 
Whitman,  Benjamin,  206 

Daniel,  114 

Mary,  114 

Samuel,  206 

Thomas,  206 
Whitney,  Asa,  35 

Mary,  35 

Patience,  35 

Rhoda,  12,  13 

Samuel,  35 
Wilbur,  Allen  Russell,  68,  80,  187, 
188,   189 

Caroline  Luana,  187 

Elizabeth  Agnes,  68,  187 

Emma  Louise,  68,  80 

Frances,  188 

Harold  Russell,  187 

Ila  L.,  187 

Isaac   Richardson,   68,   80,   187, 
189 

John  Strait,  187 

Mary  Frances,  80 

Sophia,  68,  80,  187,  188 

William,  187 
Wilcox,  Susan  Sherman,  109,  110 
WiLLCOCKS,  Sybil,  64,  66 
Wilde,  Daniel,  33,  57 

Sarah,  33,  57 
Williams,  ,  214 

Elizabeth,  16,  45 

Nathaniel,  16,  45 

Samuel,  196,  197 

Sarah,  61 


[   24.8    ] 


Wilson,  Emilie  Duryea,  72 
Eunice,   193 
Helen  Mills,  31,  32 
John  Ralph,  72 
Persis,  57 

WiNCHENDON,   John,   202 

WiNSLow,  Agatha,  47 

John,   21,  54,   87,   116,   140,   142, 
145,  147 

Lydia,  47 

Mary,  21,  54,  87,  116,  140,  142, 
145,  147,  201,  205,  206,  208 

Nathaniel,  47,  48 

Oliver,  47 

Sarah,  47,  48 

Susannah,  21,  54,  116,  140,  142, 
145,  147,  201,  205,  206,  208 
Wise,  Ann,  216,  217 

Cornelia,  216,  217 

James  Alexander,  167,  214,  216 

Kate,  216,  217 

Louise,  216 

Mary  Hinckley,  167,  214,  216 

Virginia,  167,  216 

William  B.  West,  216,  217 
WiswELL,  Deborah,  135,  138,  159 

Ichabod,  135,  138,  159 

Priscilla,  135,  138,  159 
Witter,  Elizabeth,  108,  129 
Wood,  Ebenezer,  121 

Emily,  121 

Georgia  A,  166 

Hannah,  166 

Henry,  166 

Jabez,  121 

Joseph,  121 

Leroy  Bacon,  166 

Margaret,  121 

Mary,  51,  85 

Mary  Angeline,  121 

Mercy,  121 

Rhoda  Elizabeth,  166 

Sarah,  166 


Wood — Cont'd 

Sophronia  Cathcart,  112.  201 

Thomas,  166 

William  Graham,  121 

Zechariah,  166 
Woodward,  John,  224 

Percy,  213 

Welthea,  213 
WooDWORTH,  David,  221,  223 

Henry,  221,  223 

Moses,  221,  223 
WOOSTER,  Jemima,  113,  123,  124 
Worth,  Abigail,  190 

Anna,  190 

Charles,  191 

Daniel,  183,  190,  191,  193 

Elizabeth,  74,  75 

Ellen,  74 

Eunice,  191,  192 

Frederick,  74,  75 

George  Frederick,  74,  75 

Jethro,  191,  193 

Joseph,  74,  75,  103,  190,  191,  192, 
193 

Judith,  103,  191,  192 

Lillian  Elizabeth,  75 

Lydia,  74,  75,  190,  191,  193,  199 

Mary,  74,  75 

Matilda,  103,  191,  192,  193 

Miriam,  190 

Nathaniel,  190,  191 

Reuben,  190 

Ruth,  74,  75 

Shubael,  190,  191 

Sidney,  6,  75 

Silvanus,  190,  191 

Thomas,  190 

William,  74,  75,  190,  191 
Wright,  Abel,  224 

Joseph,  177 

Yeomans,  Lucy,  102,  111 
Young,  Patience,  81 


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